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FORT GEORGE HERALD
Vol. I.   No. 18.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B.C., DECEMBER 17, 1910.
$3 per Annum.
'he " Sunset" Lies in the Limelight
Facts Regarding "Brace's" Libelous Articles
JtThis article is   printed to correct against the   charge o( illicitly   ped-
Hpy  fake impressions  which  our dis-  dling whisky,  for the gentleman    in
Bt subscribers may have gathered question once commenced suit for 11-
.   . .,  ,.,._,_..„ bel against the editor of this   paper
that they controlled the water pow
er,    whereas,   according to "Bruce,'
they don't. If Cooke owns the land,  varicator with
and    someone    else   the water, each  —and is managed by another liar and
party   has   an   asset    separate   and   mountebank.    Since The Herald   has
ral Resources Security Co.—a man their man Meek, who, so the story
who may be classed as an expert pre- goes, was saved from disgrace by be-
—'—t ~!"    Louis De Rougemont ing son-in-law to a rich man with a
been issued by the Northern Interior
Printing Company, at South Fort
George, the "Tribune" has practically gone out   of   business as a public
handle to his name. These statements come to us from reliable
sources, and when we have investigated their truth we will print the
facts.
Now,  "Bruce" has been trying   to
lac in Vancouver who, under the
Bom de plume of "Bruce," fills the
editorial     columns    of    a    Vancou-
[ver weekly publication named
the "Saturday Sunset," with some
of   the   most   extraordinary
balder-
reason he advanced in his letter. The
statement in the "Saturday Sunset"
of November 26, that Cooke rendered
to the estate of John Houston an exorbitant account for taking the dying   journalist   over   the   trail from
to compete with this publishing concern — which has absolutely no affiliation with any townsite company —
on a level footing, so it "scabs,"
and after agreeing that a certain advertising rate be observed, caters to
apart, valuable, yet useless, the one
without the other.      It appears that
i i    . _!. _ ,i i        -"=' _-6«-"-">i. ""- -—-—  —     .._,....   if W. F. Cooke   offered this land for
>m a perusal of the recent libelous fo_ making a gimjiar charge against  sale as controlling the water power,
acks made by a journalistic ma-  him.  We prepared to fight the suit,   he   was justified   in   so doing by the  advertising medium.   It cannot" hope  connect this Printing "7omnanv°_Hth
but   Hamilton    withdrew.     We have   "-- -J ' ;- ''   *-Lil-   —     i-  '■-'    •"  •■ ..".».   -""ipany wun
this to say about A. G. Hamilton,
however. He is a successful, self-
made business man, against whose
character, since his residence as   the
oldest   inhabitant   of   this townsite, ^	
,___,_ notninS can be said by his bitterest Fort George to Quesnel, is the most the public by offering reduced rates
[dash ever yet penned on the subjoct enemy.    Nick Clarke acted only as a contemptible calumny yet devised by     Now    we   have   repeatedly   shown
of a Fort    George subdivision,    nnd  broker in   the   sale   of   this site for   "Bruce" in an attempt to strengthen  that there is only one town here   at
having perused the advertising liter- subdivision purposes.    He never   was  his hand   by   vilUfylflg the character  this time which is named South Fort
iature of all of them; that is quite a amongst    its    promoters.     Whether of   such   men   as   William F. Cooke    George,  "Bruce"  has lied about   it
broad statement.     Some weeks ago  "Bruce"    can   prove   the   despicable To   the    certain    knowledge   of   the He states that Hammond's Comnan.   with  hio ,,0„oi  „_.„„„ •    <-i
the   "Sunset"   having been hurt by charges he puts forward in "placing'  writer, Cooke, John Houston's most has tried to keep pe^l   out oTorl han^one     ent oSZ' ifX
the fact that we called its editor   a Clarke as   a   "tinhorn"   the assizes  intimate friend at Fori. George   gave George   He certainlv has   Hammoml  Zf „„ ?-!♦«        _. • ? -J.T        tho
liar-which he is-retaliatcd by_pub- will tell.   N. S. Clarke is known to himself  to   the  care and comfort of ?^w-™ie?2^^.*S&!^. N??1*6™ Interior Printing Company.
the journalist friend the time when
sickness laid him low. He stood by
his charge until death claimed Hous- will die.
the promotion of the South Fort
George townsite. We are promoting
—by our publicity —-the only town-
site here worth while. The outfit
that has got "Bruce," tried to bribe
us to start this paper on their site.
"Bruce" will have it that John A.
Fraser, M. P. P., of Quesnel, controls this outfit altogether and that
Daniell is his "hired boy;" that is
one   of   his   pipe   dreams,   tinctured
lishing a statement that the South us as the liveliest promoter that
Fort George townsite was a wildcat, ever struck the upper country. He
promoted by "bootleggers, tinhorns, commenced the construcion of the
friskers and fourflushcrs." We an- first steamboat to run the Fort
swered that article on the nine- George canyon in 1909. His company
tcenth. Having been sued for libel has now three steamboats on the up-
in both the civil and criminal courts per Fraser river. He has also, ap-
"Bruce" interprets the epithet he ap- proaching completion, a Bplendid mill
plies to the promoters of this town- on this townsite, together with the
site, couples the names of certain smaller one, which has cut the lum-
parties with the particular brand of ber for this town. Clarke is an old-
scoundrel from his recital, which timer in the northern interior, In
seems   appropriate   and   adopts the 1896 he   was   manager of the Golden
knows   that   when   the big mass   of which is    controlled   entirely by the
people   come   into   Fort George and editor of this paper.    Until recently,
see his proposition in the woods, it he held a one-fifth interest, which he
_.--   ...     yfe weicome] have advised, sold at a   good profit. "Bruce" lies
ton, and accompanied his body until  and do advise, the public to come to  awake at night thinking of some epi-
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he placed it in the care of W. H.
Houston, and this was done by W.
F. Cooke at a great financial loss.
If John Houston had lived "Bruce"
would go down before his pen, together with the flim-flam townsite com-
South   Fort   George   and investigate thets,    principally notable for   their
tbe situation. They, like the present  insignificance, to apply to The   Her-
populace, will settle here. South
Port George wil! !>,avi*.eMy b- a conjunctive townsite with that of Ihe
G. T.  P.  railway.    The  rt?i:cnt a.'ti-
pany in whose interests he prints bis cles printed in the "Saturday Stir-
lies. John Houston would turn in set" read as though its nddle-hs'ad-
his grave if   he   knew that his paper  ed    editor,    demented    by   the   ap-
bunch as the promoters of the South Province Mining Company, operating had   been   take-'   from   South   Fort proaching crisis he has precipitated
Fort George   townsite.    He includes extensive hydraulic claims near Ques- George and   was   now being run   by was attempting to *ake it out of the
the following: A. <i. Hamilton, Nick
Clarke, W. K.    Cooke and B. A Laselle.    Now, neither A.  G. Hamilton
nor Nick Clarke are interested in any
.way in the South Fort George town-
Bite.   Hamilton used to own 60 acres
of it,  but rave an option to Clarke
Jfeho sold it to the Northern Develop-
Iment Company.   We arc not going to
(attempt   to   protect   Mr.   Hamilton
nel.    In an   interview   with the   edi-  the Natural Resources Security Com- promoters by descending tc the visi
tor in Vancouver, Clarke denied the pany, on their gigantic maze of lots,
allegations made by "Bruce." We be- having been obtained from his weak
lieve him. We have always found his and credulous heir, by this company
word good; whereas we know Bruce whom he had attacked, and under a
to be a consummate liar and mounte- hollow pressure they obtained a "re-
hank. W. F. Cooke is branded as a traction" of his uncle's statement.
"frisker" and a "fourliusher," be- The "Tribune" is now trading on J.
cause he offered for sale lands around Houston's name; it is run by one of
the   Willow   river   canyon,   claiming the advertising experts of the Natti
est forms of abuse.   The public must
accept any of his printed statements
aid editor. It is funny, and if they
amuse the editorial idiot in Vancouver, it doesn't worry us. Stay with
it.
We must treat one more lie this
week, as it savors of a personally directed joke at the editor who did not,
as stated by "Bruce" in his issue of
November 19, sell Lot 925 to J. W.
Higgins as a wildcat. The lot in
question was sold to a well-known
eastern   lawyer,   who    bought it for
for their face value until the "show subdivision, after having been over
down." Comparisons are ever odious, the ground. Anyone buying lots
but before we are through with this there will have a fifty-per cent better
matter, we intend to cast a few. show for their money than they will
We have been told of a nocturnal have in investing in any of Ham-
flight from Minneapolis by President mond's subdivisions, from here to
Hammond.     And also   a   history of Massett, B. C.
Load Up Cannon
Read Load Up Canoe
South Fort George is without the
proverbial liquor of the Honorable
Adventurers — Scotch — just because the Alberta Telephone Company's office happens to be located
in the woods, away from the busy
hum of business.
A message was sent to Quesnel, to
n svlinlesttle and retail dealer, at the
time of the granting of the license
to Johnson & Burns, of the Northern Hotel, which read:
"Load Cannon up with Scotch and
beer, and forward."
Frank Cannon, the freighter, had
written instructipns for the shipment, and when he called on the
wholesaler, the latter produced a
telegram which read;
"Load canoe up with Scotch and
beer, anil forward."
The shipment was not delivered to
Cannon, hut in its stead, placed in a
canoe, antl today is on the long Fra-
Hurry Work on the G.T.P. Branch
Final Location Will be Completed in Spring
A junction will be ellected next
week between tivo Grand Trunk Pacific Railway parties now engaged in
making a preliminary survey of the
route between Vancouver and Fort
George. They will meet on the upper
Frnser. A thisu party in charge of
Mr. W. I. Basset is now working up
from the upper end of Harrison lake
to Lillooet via Pemberton valley,
Anderson and Scaton lakes.
Owing  to the spirited  competition
the vicinity of South Fort George.
The exact point where the branch
line will strike the main line has not
yet been determined and the matter
may bo left in abeyance for a year or
more. This is due, it is said, to the
unwillingness of the Indians to assign or sell their rights to the Fort
forthwith and continued throughout George Indian reserve, the purchase
the coming winter. From Lillooet of which is being sought by the rail-
on the Fraser the route is officially way company, says a despatch from tually
described  as follows:    Up  the    west the coast   of December 2.   Thus   far  P. R.
the Grand Trunk Pacific railway has
just issued orders that the final location of the line between Vancouver
and Fort George be proceeded    with
will avail itself of rights granted by
its charter and make the junction
point fifteen or twenty miles on
either side of Fort George.
It is expected that early next season will witness the completion of
the final survey between the main
line and Vancouver. It is now well
understood that the route from Harrison Lake into Vancouver will vir-
parallel   the track of tbe C.
J. Gunn is in charge of the
bank of the Fraser,  crossing Bridge the negotiations   have been fruitless, survey    party    working  south  from
River and continuing up the Fraser The Dominion government is helping the vicinity of Fort George and   Mr.
to Ward's creek, where the river will to solve the problem for the railway F. Stewart is   directing   the   outfit
be bridged to Big Bar. From the last company, as the Indians are free to that is ascending    the   Fraser from
mentioned point the line will ascend act as they please.    If the deadlock Lillooet.     The Stewart party is now
of rival railways the management of  the east bank of the Fraser river to   is not broken it is said the railway  in camp at Big Bar.
New ROad
Will be 28 Miles Shorter
T. Rognass has completed the survey of the new government road from
Quesnel to South Kort George on the
east side of the Fraser river. He reports that the grades are excellent,
and that the only bridge of any size
will be the one that will have to be
C. H. Lugrin Lectures on Fort George
An interesting and instructive lecture on the present condition nnd future possibilities of the central portion of British Columbia was delivered at Victoria on the 25th ult., by
C. H. Lugrin, editor of the Colonist,
under the   auspices of   the   Natural
somewhere   between the brewing built across the Cottonwood canyon.  History   society.     Mr.    Lugrin
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centre and South Fort George.
Result: Dry weather, with an absence of Scotch.
It was merely nn accident in transmission, ami something that is likely to occur in the best regulated
telephone ollicc.
It reminds the writer on The Herald of another "slip of the ear,"
which occurred last month, when a
message from ,1. Churleson, dated
Chicago, U. B. A., Nov. 20, asking
or the first publication of a certain
land notice, turned out to be "Nechaco" instead of "Chicago "
The distance will be in the neighborhood of 79 miles. The distance by
the Blackwater road is some 105
miles, thus effecting a considerable
saving of distance and time in the
journey to South Fort George when
the road is completed.
Not Worth Much Ball
Bail for the moderate sum of $500
was fixed by Judge Mclnnes for J.
P. McConnell, editor of the Saturday Sunset, charged with criminally libelling N. S. Clarke. The bail
was divided in two sumB, $250 to be
deposited by Mr. McConnell himself,
lite Norton Griffiths Company, the and  $250 by  one surety.     Mr.    Mc-
___________________________________________    was
one of those who accompanied Premier McBride through the district
last fall.
One of the things which Mr. Lugrin impressed upon his audience was
the necessity of a railway north and
south to tap that section of the province. Otherwise he declared that
trade which belongs of right to Vic
toria and Vancouver would be bound
to iind its way to Edmonton.
He expressed the opinion that
there would certainly be a geat city
in the northern interior, and most
likely would be at the confluence of
the Fraser and the Nechaco river,
where the Fort. George reservation is
situated. The Fraser river was a big
waterway. This opinion he based, in
a measure, on the fact that a Hudson's Bay company's post was located there, and the Hudson's Bay
company has shown great skill in
selecting and locating its trading
posts. Moreover, the location is
the   natural   landing   place from all
the rivers draining an enormous extent of country. The site of the
Fort George reservation, moreover,
is one of singular beauty.
That there are thousands upon
thousands of acres of good farming
land in the district was also a point
which Mr. Lugrin strongly urged. It
is not at all a mountainous country, being on the contrary, quite
level and not more than 1600 feet
above the sea, which is far below
the height at which farming is practicable. The land, also, could be
easily cleared and will raise anything that could be reasonably expected in this country. A farmer
with whom he discussed the subject
told him it would raise anything
except watermelons aud tomatoes.
Work at the Canyon
Proceeding Well
A New Vehicle for the Cariboo Road
English contracting firm   has agents  Connell,   who  has simply  been  sum-
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n Vancouver, formulating plans
looking to the establishment of "a
branch there, to compete for railway
contracts ami the building of bridges
throughout British Columbia.
moncd, will remain at liberty till
next spring assizes. The case is considered beyond the jurisdiction of
the county court and will have to
he heard by a jury,
Cariboo Will Yet Come Into Her Rights
Mr. Kimor E. Armstrong, who was $70,000,000   in   gold
a recent visitor in Vancouver, 1b one has been overlooked.
"f the men   that   holds strongly to
Hie opinion that Old Cariboo will yet
come into   its   rights.    Cariboo, in
"is opinion,   has   been robbed of all
that could be easily taken, but little
''is been  done to develop the great
'"''   I'odies   that   contributed   their
-i-gments to the placer claims.   Mr.
Williams   has   been   investigating in must be rich.
tlle vicinity of Barkerville and   has     In the   section
staked    scvernl   claims   on    quartz
le(1R«s, In   a   section that has   been
walked over,   driven over, and even
llv''<l over.   There was a  small Chinatown over ono of his claims.
Mr. Armstrong is convinced thnt
"! lias discovered one of tho mother
'"'lea of Cariboo. One of the lodes
"ore contributed to make Cariboo
one of the richest placer fields in
tne world's history. It is only 300
milea from the O. P. R„ and the G.
• P- engineers are surveying within
miles of it.   Since 1855 the placer
el'la of Cariboo have yielded   about
Johnnie Macfle and H. Heden were
in town Tuesday from the Fort
George canyon. Both have been engaged in work blowing out rock from
the path of river boats. The $7,500
appropriated by the federal government for that purpose will be blown
in by December 27. Some thirteen
men have been continuously at work
since the work was undertaken early
in the fall. While a good amount of
further necessary work could have
been performed, if the appropriation
had been twice that, amount, what
but the quartz has been accompliched is considered a
Ledges such as boon by navigators who have passed
... ,,„    , »„„.,„.„  ,,-„„_,..„   on it.     It is   understood   that   the
those on Mr. Armstrong s property, wo_k perfo,.me(,   tm_ yM_ ,_ a good
if found in   more   advertised quart/. (]eftl in tlle nat....c of a|1 experiment,
fields, would, in his opinion, cause a nml that ncxt sellaon tlie government
stampede.   Of course, to get thejicst engineers   will   pass upon something
of a permanent kind, in order to re-
It is no idle boast to say that the
old Cariboo road has not its equal
on the North American continent to-
day, looking  at it   from the practi-
man-like bed, of the million-dollar
road that is a monument to the province of British Columbia.
The latest candidate to enter   the
field is   a   gasoline motor engine   of
cal and business-like way. There may  peculiar design and four freight cars
at present being set up at the C. P.
R. yards, Vancouver, ready for shipment to Ashcroft, where the train
will be utilized in a freight service
1. im Ashcroft north to Soda creek
and 1 irkerville. The cars have a
(reight  capacity of four tons each.
This ii >vel train has been designed
on workt.ianlike lines and is expected to do valuable service toward
solving the freight ' transportation)
problem,  which, during the last two
be specially-made and privately-owned auto speedways, dedicated to
breaking records nnd speeding machines, but when it comes to hauling freight and commercializing au-
tos, the 300-mile stretch from Ashcroft to Barkerville, has not its like
on the campus Americanus. In the
50 years of its existence there have
passed over this roadbed every conceivable make of vehicle, from man
to the speedy mobile.   Every new de
results better transportation facilities must be provided. Camps with
a smaller possible output have been
developed to a paying basis. Where
placer gold has been found there have
been lodes, and the lodes in Cariboo
^^^^^^^^^ where Mr. Armstrong has made his locations, thirty
miles long by fifteen wide, there arc
three great mineral zones traversing
the country northwest and southeast. Almost every creek in the district haB paid the placer miners,
some of them having proved very
rich, proving that for a distance of
30 miles there must be mineralized
veins. Mr. Armstrong says that all
that Cariboo needs is better transportation nnd thorough prospecting
to make greater fields than ever,
There should also be a resident as-
sayer. On the five claims that Mr,
Armstrong has located the assay values run from $14.-10 to $250 a ton.
Some assays show 50 ozs. of silver
and from 8.7 to 22.2 in copper.
move forever any disability to bouts
coming through the canyon.
vicei for'the'reducing of freight rates years   has   a sumed   serious propor
tions in this district and the country
adjacent to the south of us, owing
to the large traffic which has developed since work has been initiated
on the G. T. P.
has had its merits tested on old Cariboo. Most all, with the exception
of the passenger auto, have fallen by
the wayside and left their remains
strewn along the tortuous, yet   Ro-
Old Furs are Going Up In Price
Not only are jewels rising considerably in price in London, but bo
arc furs, because following the lead
taken by the nobility, furs promise
to be more fashionable than ever.
But it is not from the nobles only
that the unprecedented demand for
furs is coming. During the coronation periods in the past the fashionable world has never failed to
follow the lead, nml the society
dressmakers' in Belgravia nnd Mny-
fair are now receiving orders to
trim feminine outer garments with
fur of one kind or another.
Ermine is the insist popular, and
is now dearer than it bus ever been
before, and, according to one West
end furrier, the demand is sure to
grow larger   and larger as the dato
of the coronation approaches.
"But," added this furrier, "coronation robes are not like ladies'
dresses ^^^^^
are   the   greater	
find in them."
Now boys, trot out your old skins
and ship them; they are valuable.
Looking for a Gov. Farm
Duncan Anderson, of the department of agriculture, Ottawa, passed
the more antiquated they through Ashcroft the latter part of
value their owners November, on his way here for the
purpose of reporting on the advisability of establishibg a government
experimental station in the Nechaco.
Mr. Anderson is returning to Ottawa from a visit to Vancouver Island, where he was sent to examine
possible locations for the establishment of stations on the island.
He reports several places in the vicinity of Victoria ns suitable sites,
but the prices asked for the land
savor of townsite prices.
Central or "Fort George" will be
one of the first mid leading " suburbs " out of Fort George when
things nro doing in this vicinity.
The Grand Trunk Pacific has so
stated. Central will bo to Fort
George what Hastings is lo Vancouver—some day.
Mackenzie and Murray have secured the contract to build tho sections
of the Canadian Northern from Pembina to Yellowhead Pass.
1'eden's sawmill is now running
two shifts and lumber is daily being
hauled to the, company's yards on
Rose and Fifth streets.
________________■ FORT GEORGE HERALD
December 17, lijiy
FORI GEORGE HERALD
PUBLISHED BY THE
NORTHERN INTERIOR PRINTING CO.
J, B, DANIELL. PREStOENt
Ilc-.-ntoil    to    lite   interests   nf    Fort
Ci urge nnd  Hi i in' Northern  Interior,
J.  1!. DANIELL, Editor.
l-RACt.   RIVER  1..WD  DIVISION'.
District of Cariboo
TAKR   11
thnt   Thomas   MoIIugh,    nl
FORT GKORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
Vancouver B.C teamster, Iniends to apple TAKE notice that James A. McEuchran, of Victor pormis'siou to purchase the lollowing des- toils, B.C.,nccumttltiis limberm««f«ni ?H
,,v,,,l lands: Commencing nl a post Slant- to apoWtm-permisswi to pus-chase the followtn.
,.,1 4 miles east and 21. miles south ol HU. ComSing at a posi PIant«lonnosite the
post (in sms Noi til West Mounted Polico trail m„uth„r the Stuart river, markml J.A.McE. sN.
between Fort St. .loins and Fort Oi-nliam, W. corner, thenee south SO chanis, thence enst 4U
lis thonco SO chains norlh; thence 80 chains, thenee north'ill chains moru or less (_»the
chains west; thonce nliout. (10 chains south Nechaco river, Ihenee sifi stream to the ■"""''"
to Hallway riser: tltenee mennderlng said commencement, ^^'""'fifj^yShmfi
river down stream In an oustorly direetion g . 2 .,,,„ ''''''' 'nclia-deen
to ;i  point  about  -" chains west  of  Initial             ~_	
iZia—al.   .ontaitiing S ^T'loL FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
or less.     I'oss marked P.M. S 13 oorner. Ilisirin  of Cnriboo.
THOMAS   MoIlUOH. .TAKIi„ntltetl,,u|..ds.^i,nai:,S(Kt«.;o™.''«--''
September 20,   l'.iln.            , jaw, Sask., occupation studonl, intends to apply
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS
December
1910.
I'EACE RIVER l.ANI) DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
for'pes-mi'ssion so purchase Hsu following tie
scribed lands: .,
Commencing at a post planted about two miles
soutli of the mouth of Stuart nver, marked 1-.. I-.,
nth Ml chasilH, the
With this issue of The Herald another innovation is recorded in the
progress of South Fort George, and
is a further step in the chain of improvements contemplated hy the
management, looking to tho establishment of n daily paper at no distant date. Last week a typesetting
machine was installed, and this week
The Herald is printed from type set
up on a monoline. The solidarity of
South Fort George is such that we
consider the improvements now made
here as permanent. Tiie only difference alter the Cl. T. P. townsite is
placed on the market will he that we
will have two offices—an tip-town and
a down-town one.
TAKE notico thnt Flossie Cromie of Van-   K.'s N, W. cornerthem.souihmi chasiis, shenc
„,.    ..,,;„.,..,.   i„,,,,.t. ,_ annlv   inr  east IsO chains, north 80 chains ana west Hu cnam
oouver, B.I .. Bplnslor   intonds to applj   Ior  ^ t|)e     ,„,.'„,  commencement, eonlanlrg (H
permission to purchase the lollowing des-
cribed lands: Commonoing nt a post planted about tin chains north and :i miles svest
Irons a point on Hallway riser about 20
ohnlns south of OO-Mllo post, established on
tm. North West Mounted Police trail, lie-
twoen Fort Sl. John .-sittl Fori Oraham, U.
('., tltenee hn chains west; ihenee St! chains
south: thence Wi ehnins east: thnnco ho
elntlns north to poim ol commencement, containing H.ii acres ntui-o or less, l'ost mark-
iil  F.C.  N IV corner.
FLOSSIE  CROMIE.
Septcmbor  15,   1U10.
pom
acres, moie or less.
Sept. '.', lulu.
Eiisvin Earnest Kern.
ucl22-decI7
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE nolisv that John MoCallum of Vancouver,  B.C..  real  estate agent,    illtensls    to
apply lor permission lo purchase tin- following described  lands:   Commonoing at a post
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE nolice ti.at Elisabeth J- Campbell, of Spokane, Wash., occupation marries! woman,  intends to apply for iiermission to pti.chu.-iu thu
following .l.-ie-i ib< .1 laasts:
Commenutng at a post i.ianU'i! aboul one milo
ami a quarter south oi the northeast corner of Lot
912, marked K. J. C.'s ...E. corner, thence south
60 chains, thence wast * eliains. thonce north in
chains,  thence west iil chains, thenco nortii  Ie
chuins, thence east 80 chains lo point of commencement, containing 4.0 acres more or less.
Elizabeth J. Campbell.
Sept. 2, 1910. octlil-sii-cIV
We have
secured the
exclusive
agency for
the
Canadian
Kodak
Company,
and have a
complete
stock of
everything
for the
photographer.
fi
\
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
Teddy It.'s first comment since the
Reformation is summarized in the
following, anil hears out what this
independent journal expressed about
tho como-back of the II. .S. statesman: "sin every hand, personally
and hy correspondents, I have been
asked to make a statement regarding the elections. So far as I am
concerned, 1 have nothing whatever
to add or to take away from the declaration of principles which I have
made in lhe Ossawatomie speech and
elsewhere, east and ssest, duriug the
past three months. The light for
progressive popular government, has
merely begun, and will certainly go
on to a triumphant conclusion in
spile nf initial checks and irrespective of tiie personal success or failure uf individual Republican leaders"
We will have turkey for Christmas,
that is, if the mild weather of the
past month does not see lit to do-
compose them in transit from Van-
couver. il is an eight-day trip at
this time uf tlie year, and if we have,
t.i choose between turkey and the
weather report, give ns, O Lord, a
little frost, foi- we have been feast-
iii.,' on meat that has walked from
Calgary, loo late to resuscitate even
with a bicycle pump.
Planted about  3 miles north  from junction TAKE notice thattfhomas S. McEachran, of Vlc-
ol  Cypress   I reek   and   Hallway  rlvei    una toria, B. C, occupation bi-oker, intends to apply
north ol  72-Mile  post  ou  the   North   West for permission to   purchase the following; de-
Mountod Police trail, between Fort St. John scribed lands:
and   Fort   Grnham,   B.C.,   thenee  Mil    eliains Commencing at a post planted about two nsiles
north-    thence  HO  chains  svest:    thenoo  80 south of the mouth ot Stuart river, marked T. S.
__._.„.„,„
Remember we pay special attention lo wP
mail orders. W.
A. FRASER i
eliains soutli:  theuce sn chains easl to point
McE.'s S.E. corner. Ihcnce north SO chains, thence
... „ ss'esl 80 chains, thence south 80 chains, thence east
if commencement, containing 6-11) acres more M) chains to the point of commencement, enntatn-
II- less,   l'ost  marked  J.M. S E cornor. in,; am acres. Thomas S. McEachran.
JOHN'   MeCALl.t'M.        Sept. 2, him. oct22-decl7
■September, 2:1,  UNO. 	
Front Street, QUESNEL, B. C.
I
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION. FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Cariboo, District oi Cariboo,
TAKE notice that Angus Crumb,  ol Van- TAKE nolice that Minnie Kern, of Moosejaw,
oouver, 13.C, student,  Intends to apply   for Snsk., occupation spinster. Intends to apply for
permission  to  purchase tho  folloiving    dps- permission to purchase the following- described
cribed lauds:   Commencing at a post plant- anils:
•sl   13   miles  north   Irom  a  point on     Half- I "nmiencmr at a post planted aboul:. two miles
■       ■■ south of tiie mouth sit Sluait river. marU-il M.h. s
N. E. corner, thence south 80 chains, thence west
was- river, about 20 eliains south ol CO-mile
oust  on   Nortii   Wesi   Mounted   Police    trail, tu chains, thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
between   Fort   St.   John  and  Fort    Graham, chains to the point of commencement, containing
B.C.,   thenee     so    chains  nortli;   tlicnce    80 t_0nc.es.                                       Minnie horn.
eliains west:   tlicnce  8" chains south:  tlicnce Sept 2,1910.                                   ocL'2-ileeiT
sn  chains cast  to  point  of  commencement,	
mn-ke'd'Ta's ..To-ncT''  °''  '"^      1>0St pORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
ANGUS  CRAMH. District nf Cariboo.
September  1(1,  ItllO. TAKE notico that Christopher C. McEachran, of
 .  Spokane, Wash., occupation accountant, intends
Cnriboo  Land  District.   District  of  Cariboo to apply for permission to purchase the follow-
niss' described lands:
TAKE notice that  Annie Helen  Campbell, Commencing as a psist planted about one half
of Vancouver, ll.C. married svoman, intends mile west of the mouth of the Stuart river, tnence
to   apply   for   iiermission   to   purcliase     the soulh Ml chains, thonce west 80 chains, thence
[ollowlng  described  lands:     Commencing  at north 70 chains more or less to the Nechaco river,
•l   nost   1,1 nihil   it   the  \' W  coiner    Int   '111 "lonce ilnwu  stream  to lhe point of commoiice-
a post iiiiiiiMi.it tm  ,\ ss  corner,  W nu, ment, contanng-COO acres more or eaa.
thenco  north   SO    chains:     thence   svest    40 Christopher C McEachran.
chains:  ihcnce south  80 chaius:  tlicnce east Sept. 2. 1910.                                 oet22-decl7
lollowing    tlic  nortli  bank of  lhe   Nechaco    	
lalningtO320Oilacres more'Tless'.''   ,""'   "'"' FORT «K(>1™ "N'J DISTRUST
ANNIE   HELEN"  CAMPBELL. District of Cariboo.
Sopt.  8th.  1911)          W.  A.  Johnson, agent TAKEnotice that John Henry Kern, of Moose-
F,WsAMWA^Z'j£SVAm
We have on exhibition at our h
store the products of a new in- n
dustry in South Fort George— *
the manufacture of candy        m
Come in and see it. You'll try it H
and take some home with you    H
PEACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION'.
District of Cariboo.
The Dominion government will
spend a quarter of a million dollars
in erecting a marine depot at Prince
Rupert. The V,. T. P. will he assisted hy the federal government in
building one of the btggost drydocks
on the coast, to accommodate anything afloat. And this accentuates
the pusKibie construction of a naval
base in northern British Columbia.
The "Ink of sin" is drying up on
"Brace's" rollers. He'll know more
about "friskers" and "whiskers" alter a free government shave.
jaw, Sask., occupation bookkeeper, intends to
apply for permission to purchase tno following
•rsi-i' „-.'"s.."'1. °_ ™.,r'iDOi._s.     ,   s. Commencing at'a poat planted one mile south of
1 A kl. notice that Samuel Holt, of Van- the northeast corner of tot912.ma.ltod J. H, K.'a
couver, ll.C, teamster, Intends to apply lor n. VV, corner, thenc east i.0 chains, thenee south
permission to purchaso tho follossing ties- .0 chainB, thence west80 chains, thence north Ms
cribed lands: Commencing ut a post plant- chains to point of commencement, and containing
nl   on   south   bank   of   Halfway    Riser    ab-   --.lucres. JOHN HENRY KERN, JR.
out  fi  miles  north  westerly  Irom    junction     September2.1910.  toct-2-decl.	
of Cypress Creek  and llalfsvny  riser,  tlicnce
en  enains  west:     thence  80  clinins    north; FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
thenee about   In chains east   to tho Hallway D)at ,ct Q, Cftr|boo-
rlver:   thn    meaudennc   said   river,    slossn   m.T,_      . r ,    _ _    ,
strenm,    in a    Bouth easterly direction   to  TAp notice that John P. Campbpll, of t-polsane,
,„,:.,,  „i , ui,,.,,,.,.,,,,.!,!   nnntninln-r   i-.ii   nn.     Wash., occupation agenl, intends to apply, tor
point ot commencement, containing -isii   tic-     pefmias0n tu purchase the to owing described
res  more  or  less.     Post  marked  S.ll.   S E     lauds;
corner. SAMUEL HOLT.        Commencing at a post planted at tho northeast
September 2:i,   l'.iln. coracr of lot KX, thence south 80chains, thence
-.   easl In ehains, tlicnce north 40 clinins more or less
P. the Nechaco river, thence up stream to point of
commencement, containing 240 acres more or less.
John P. Campbell.
Sept. 2. 1910. (oc __-decl7
WM. KENNEDY, Manager.
•J        Cor. Second and Hamilton Aves., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
iWSAiSKtWAWSAiZKl'
SCO. i
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice  that  Murdoch  .Matheson,   ol
Vancouver,  ll.C.,  teamster, intends to apply
for permission lo  purchase the lullowing described lauds:   Commencing at a  post plant
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
President Taft on his recent visit
to Panama was inforine.l hy the officials in charge nl th" work that
the big ditch would Is. complitod by
December 1, 1913. To people «ho
have been following lie action-: of
the second transcontinental railway,
th-. above sounds as though it has!
emanated in the Grand Trunk Pacific Railway's office in Montreal.
They have been sending out notices
lor years of prophetic completion of
their line for December, 1913. Some
people hold that thirteen is a lucky
number. The pre-emptors and ssotild
bo pre-rnipt.ois of Kort George district most, sincerely hope it is in
this instance.
District of Cariboo,
id near Hie junction of Cvpress Creek   anil .n.,.-,.-    .•    ..   . i ,    ,4  ,,     . a in ._ i_
n.of,,.,,, ,.   ,„,!     .'.    .,   -        '   ,,    , "AKE notice that John 0. Donahoo, of Victoria,
ll.ilfssas  rlvei  and about  t,o chains sooth ol     B. c ...pallon timber merchant, intends to
iJ-Mlle  post   established  on   the   Northwest     apply tor permission to purchase the following
Mounted  Police trail between Fort St.  John     described lands:
and   Fort   GraV-un,   ihcnce .1"  chains  south;     Commencing at a post planted about two miles
thence   Ml   chains     east;     thonco   about    s" south of the moutii ol Stuart river, marked J. O.
chuins nurth to Hallway river; thenco menn- D'sS.W. corner, thence north 80 chains, llience
rinrln.   sniil   river   in,   ntrnnm   in   .,   .■•,...,„H._ enst ISO chains, ths-iiccsouth hn chains, thence west
smut,  sail   1 Ivor up  stream   111  a wostcrlj M chains to point of commencement, contaning
direction  to  point ol oommonoement,     eon- 640acres. John OVDonahoo.
taining   IN11  acres more or less,   l'ost  r.inrk-     Sept. 2,1910. ocl22-decl.
ed M.M. N W corner. 	
MURDOCH   MATHESON'
Sept. 22,   l'.iln.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District of Cariboo.
TA K E not ieo that Cyrcl Wynne, of Seattle, Wash
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION
District ol Cariboo. 	
TAKE  notice   tnat   William  Oeorgo   Fra.er »Htm, U.S.A., occupation student, Intends to
ol Vancouver, ll.C.. toamstor, intends man. apply, tor permission to purchaso the following
ply  lor permission lo purohnse the   lollow-     c™'menclmr at a post planted about half an	
n. g described lands:    Lommenolng at a post west and two miles south from tho S. E cornerof
planted  on   north   bank   of     Hallway   river, lotl-US. and marked C, W.'s N. E. corner, thonce
mar       oonftuance       of       Cypress     Creek south wlchains, thence svest hi ehains, more or
and     Hallway     Riser,     and     nbout     tin lesB to Nechaco rjverv thence north following the
south
ol
Mi!
post
mcnmlei
of lie
-ehaco itver to a point oppo-
The past week has found Soulh
Fort George short on two essentials
that go to make life happy after the
long ami busy day draws in its
wings, The items are coaloil and
cuiitllos. Out of both items. While it
may be gratifying to hcasls of families who have marriageable daughters liaiirint,' round, to know that it
Is not now necessary to turn on the
gas or blow out the candle in order
to drive and keep away a poet from
tho parlor, yet it is an undying hanl-
ship to others <jf a sterner mind, to
have l.o forego a game of bridge just
because improvident princes have
failed to lay in n stock ol coaloil
and candles. It would all he well if
we lived ss here pjtchpino timber is
available; but we don't. We dwell in
the land of lhe thrifty peavlne,
where locomotion is arrested only
by the solicitous and entwining embrace of the tall, succulent and suppliant  aboriginal  grasses.
The land is easily cleared.
n.c
.    North   Wesi   Mounted   Police    tr.,i| SU" l"'.ml otcommememenl, Iheiici. easl ell ehains
.,,   i.-„ 1   ,      i„i     .. 1V ,     ' I,,',' "'   I"""' '" commencement, and contanng WO
■n   Fort St.   John   and   I orl   Oraham, acres more or less. (THE!, WYNNE
tiiciiee   sn    dunes    nortli:   theuce    su J. N, Millc... asrent.
eliains  east:   thence  about   611   ehnins   soulh      October.. 191(1. (ocU6-docl7
to  Hallway   river,    thenee  meandering  laid  ,
riser up .stream  In n  westerly direction   to
poinl  ol oommoncement, containing r,0n ac-     FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
res  more  or  less.     Post   marked  W.tl.F.  S nint.lni  ni r.,-o   -
W corner.     WILLIAM OEOROE  FRAZER. ,„.„„ msui'i 01 (..iMIioo.
Seplember _.-,  Ill Id. rAKEiiotico that Sylvester Haninglon, of Seattle,
_         Washington, U.S.A., occupation merchant, in-
I'EACE  KIVER  LAN"  DIVISION*. j.™^!'' aPlilyioi  iieimi.s.siuu lo purchase the
I,;    , „i    , (    11       it lUIIOWHiJ'   ' ll'.SCl lllt'tl   UliHt.K;
TAKF „„. .    1 ,ir ,"",'■■    111      tun      C-'mmoncing at a post planted about half a milo
I AKE notice  that   Herbert  GouHiiig  Mil- west and two mllos south from tho S. E. cornor of
son. ol Victoria,  II.( .. nierehaiit,  Intonds lo lot 1.26,and marked S. H.'s N. W. corner, thenee
apply  lor permission  lo  purchase  tile follow- south HI chains,   thence east WI chain:', thence
' ig descriiicd lands:   Commencing nt. 11 post n°rth 80 chains, thence weBt80chains to point of
commencement, a. d couuiii.iiK CIO acres more or
SYLVESTER MANINGTON,
river,  and  one mile    svest and  two    miles     October 8,1010. J'N' T&S88*"
north   from   a  post  mnrked   Frank    Hogg's	
north ssest  corner,  planted on Grand Prairie
and   i'ouce   Coupe  wagon   roud.  nud   I   mile     FORT GEORG'. LAND DISTRICI'
On"'i'r',"'i,!!'" 'I'Ts'c'"," ,',"'",'; """vry'"' l,y l^1'1"! <'t Cariboo.
nrnmont, .111c] nboul r. mllos ik.m1i wohI Mom '^K *' "Si'S0Al,ml Hnmftuek.of Bnalilc. WflHh-
I   ,  ,.   si   ci    L  L,u        o -!' •     apply for p..,.,,,!:...!,,,, (..purchase thofollowlng
thence   sii  eliains   soutli:   Ihenee    Hu    chains     tlcsoilbed lands:
ensl;   tliincc     _ll   chains   north;      tiiciiee    Nil      Commenciii,. at'a post planted nboul half a miie
chailis svest to poinl ol commencement, con- wcsl. and two miles south from the S, I., cornerof
tabling bin acres more or less.  Post   maris- '"'  "-''■ '""j marked S. H.'s S.E. corner, the,
. .   „      ..,.,...,,.,,      , ,,,,,.„, .'. -   il-   . . I ,.      .,4      It      ,.„.,, 	
plantod :t  miles west   and  one   mile   south   ™iniiienccn
Irom wliere  the 20th  base  line crosses  Hear     ,''''-
PEACE  KIVER  UND   DIVISION.
. liistrict uf Cariboo,
TAKE notice thai James Alexander Mcintosh ol Victoria, ll.C, oiork, Intends to upply for permission to purchase the follosv-
Ing descriiicd lands: Commencing at a post
plnnted 'A miles svest and one milo soutli
from where the _l)lli base line crosses Hear
river antl one milo ssest mid two miles norlh
from a post mnrked Frnnk Here's north
ss.si corner, plnnled on ine Grand Prairie
nnd I'ouce Coupo svngon road and about fl
miles north svest Irom norlh svest end oi
Swan or Sucker lake thence sn chains soutli
thenoo Hu ehnins svess; thenco sn chains
nortli; thenco sn chains s-ast lo point of
commencement, containing ll-tu .acres mon:
or less, l'ost marked J.A.M. K 13 corner.
JAMES  ALEXANDER Ms-INTOSII.
October 7, miu.
Tho Dlaekwater road has four permanent freighters this winter. They
nre Frank Cannon, T. Tracy, W. Key
m nir nnd I. \V, While, and Uiey all
have different prices tor coming over
fie same road. The only e plana-
tuia ventured Iroin the freight- .; te-
irardin : I his anomally i., "in
tain horses o'\ more oat
others," and oats deti rminc I
lire charged. Some borseB eat
pound, others Cc, another he r,
topnotchor 10c
cer-
t ha n
i fig-
r: per
1 the
cd U.fl.W. N w corner
HICRIIERT COl LPIN'ti  WII.SdN'.
October 7.   liiln.
I-EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
Dlslriel of Cnriboo.
TAKB notice thnl John Henry Coe.tlng,
of Vai iver. II.C. manager. Intends lo minis' for permission to purchnse the lollosvlng
described lands: Commencing al a posi
plumed about lu chains nortli and Rl) chnlna
east of All-mile post on Iho Northwest Mounted Police trail botween Fori St. John nud
Fori Oraham, Ii.c. nortii of Htiliwiiy rivor
post mnrked J.ll.C. S W corner, theuce Stl
ohnlns north:  thonco Rn eliains east;    thence
SU   eliains   BOtltll!    tiiciiee   SU   ehnlllH   svesl     to
polnl   ol I'oiuinci ment, contnining (I'll) no
ies mor,. oi   less,    l'ost marked  J.l'.C  S SV
'""iier, .It'll'-: HENRY COCKINO.
Remember lu.  101(1,
north sii chains, thenee svesl R0chaina more or Isms
lo tin- Nechaco 'iver, thence soulh, following the
meanderlngs of the Nechaco river ton poim nprio.
site polnl of commencement, thenco easl WI chains
more or loss to polnl nf commencement, and con-
lulnlng MO nci-os moro or lusts.       SAM MUCK,
J. N. Miller. .Weill.
OctoberR, Win. (ocilfnlncn
•ui real estate agent, In-
permission [o purchaso tin
11
, al"
i noilci'i Nns. aiili.
FORT GEORGE l.ANI) DISTRICT
Districl of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Ryder Perky, of Seattle, Wash-
i'.s't U.S.A., oi
tends lo apply fo
following .'c..ciil.ed lands:
Commeni ing pl a pust planted nboul half a mile
WCBl and two mi'es muiiIi frum lhe S. E. corner of
lot.-Hi, and marked R. V. 'a S.W. corner, thonco
norlh -n ohnlns, (hence oust Ml chains, Ihenco
south 80 chains, Ihenco wont SO chains to point of
less,     ' ''     " ' " '    RYDER PERKY,
J. N. Miller, awnt.
OctoborR, 1010. (ocllo dei-17
I'EACE  RIVER  LAM)   DIVISION.
liistrict ol Cariboo.
TAKE notico tiiat Kale Hay ol London,
Eniclalid, spinster, intends lo apply for pi r
mission to purcliase the foliowlilK described
lunds: Commencing al a post planted :i
miles eust from a point on Iinlfwav riser,
nboul 2(1 eliains south of fin Mile post on
Nortli West Mounted Police trail between
Fort Sl. John ami Fort (iraham. 111'.,
Ihcnce hn chains east: llience Hu chains Boll th
thenoe su ohalns west; thenci. Ati clmins
north to point of commencement, containing II IP ncres morn or less. Post, mnrked
K.ll. N IV corner. KATE HAY.
September 2li,   I'.lln.
PEACE  ItlVER   LAND   DIVISION.
Hisirlci ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai Charles Slinnfror, ol
Champaign, Illinois, It. It. onglr.cor. intenda
to apply lor pormisslon lo purohaso the fol-
losvine; described lands: Commencing m a
post plnnled ."> milf-s easl anil J mil., norlh
from ii point on Hallway River, about Un
chains Bouth sjf (1(1 Mile post ostabllHhod on
Polico trail between Fori St, John and
Furl (irahuni, ll.C, pust nim'l'.cd C.S. N E
corner, theuce Sn-chains ss'Sl; tlicnce su
ehains south; Ihcnce Rl) eiiui'is cnnl; thonco
so chains north to point oi commoncemont,
contnining HI" ncres more or less.
C11AK1.ES   SIIANCER.
September 21, EM".
PEACE  KIVER   LAND  DIVISION'.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolle,, that Constance Oliver Watts.
ol  Brighton,  England, iniends to upply   lor
permission  to  purcliase  the  (ollowing    described lands:   Commencing at a  post planted a tulles cast and   13  mllea nortii Irom a
point  on   Halfway   riser,   about    "JO   chains
south  of liu-Mile  post on   North  West Moun
ted  Polioo  trnil  betwoon  Fort St.  John nnil
Fort  tlraliain.   II.C.   thence  sn chains wcsl;
thenco   fill  chains   soutli;   thenee   SU     chains
casi:  thonce Su ohalns north  to   point    of
commencement,  containing  ti In acres    moro
or ies.    Post marked C.O.W. N E comer.
CONSTANCE OLIVER  WATTS.
Soptomber 20,  11)10.
I'EACE  ItlVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thut Oeorgo McDowell ot
Vanoouvor, ll.C, gentleman, IntendB io npply for permission to purchaso tho lollos1.'-
Ing described lands: Commencing nl a post
planted i miles north and I mile west Irom
Junction of Cypress Creels aud llalfwa) river near 7'1-Mlhi post on the Nortii West
Mounted Police tivsll, between Fort St. John
mid Fort Oruhntn, ll.C, thenoo HO chains
wcsl; ihencii tu chains soutli: thsnee I"
ehnins east: llience -in chains south; thonce
■In ohalns rust; thonco Ho chuins nortii to
point of commencement, contnining 'IHO "'';
res mom or less, l'ost muiked O.M. N B
cornor. (lEOROE  MCDOWELL.
September 22,  Itlln.
I Irsl im;
:sb.,s
No
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnrlhoo.
TAKE nolice thut llnvergnl CrOllllo, "'
Viincoiivi r, ll.C. spinster, Iniends lo op!''.
lor permission In purchase this following sirs-
cribed lunds: Commencing ni n pont-plnnl*
id on (lie norlh bank ol Hnllway Rivor.
nud aboul IJ miles enst ol BO-Mllo post on
lhe Police trail bclween Fort St. John nun
Fort Crtilinnic. ll.C, post innrknd II.C cl
W corner, tlicnce HO chains eust; thence nliout HO chains south; thenco 10 chuins svest
to tho' Hnltway river: thence mciiiulciiny
said river up strenm in u norlh wcslerl)
direction to point ol oommonoomont, containing 320 aores more or loss.
HAVEROAL   CROMIE.
September Iii.  liilu.
i i ■ 1 Ins   lion ubove notices Nov. 10.
*    —i   11 -,— ■
^^BW|--WMIMWI_WW'MIIMIW-»II»''1'1111111- "in-Pi"1"" December 17, 1910
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District of Fence Kiver.
TAKE  notice  that   Ernest   Jones  of   Vancouver II.  0. occupation  Builder,   iniends  lo
; apply tor permission to purohase the soilow-
: tng described lands:   Commenolng at a post
[ planted 9 miles north Irom a point on the
Hallway River about 02 miles down stream
i trom   Hie  moulh  ol  Cypress  Creek,     tlicnce
', soutli  HO clinins;     Ihcnce  west   hu    chains;
• theuce    north  HO  eliains:     thence   cast    HU
Uliuins  to   point  ol coniinencenieiit,  contain-
riug 64U »"" ra0re °'' "lOKNEST  JONES.
Sept. 29,   1910. James  I'ettry. agent
WjF~ l-EAOKltfvT__Tr-ainTfCTUU)T.
District of  I'eaee River.
iafelHKE notice that  Willis  ll.  McAllister ol
.Vancouver II. C oecui'lilioll liroeer. inieiuls
•'W apply for permission to purcliase the
fijBllowing descrilied lands: Commencing nl a
SMoss planted 10 miles North from a point
W&n the Halfway River about 42 miles slown
E*lream from tne moutii of Cypress Crook,
if thrill's- Nortii Hi) ehnins; theuce West Hi.
'chains: thence South Hu chains; Ihcnce Enst
1 B0 chains to point    ol    commencement iiusl
contnining bid ucres more or less.
willis u. McAllister.
Sept. 27.  lulu.        _   Juines  peltry, agent.
~~ "pEACEfRIVEl.  LAND  DISTRICT.
District uf  I'eaee  Itiver.
TAKE notice thnt Juines Pick, ol Vancouver B. 0, occupation Driver, intends to
apply tor permission 10 purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing ut. a post
plauted I" miles Irom a point on tho Hallwav River about :M miles down stream
trom the mouth ol Cypress Creek, thence
South HU chains; thonoo West Hn chains;
thence Nortli 8n chuins; tlicnce hast 80
chains io point ot commenoomont and containing iil" acres mure or less.
' h JAMES  PICK.
Sept  2H.   1910,   ...     _ Jnmes  I'ettry,   agent.
— PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that James Mahiiughlin, ol
Vancouver. B.C., teamster, inieiuls to . pply
lor permission to purohaso tho lollowing described lands: Conimencing at a post planted on the south bank ol Hnllway liver about one mile westerly trom junction ot Cypress Cnck and Hallway Rivor, thence about 80 chains south to Cypress ( leek
thence meandering &_ld creek In a north
easterly direction to unction of sail crock
with liallsvnv river, thence meandering Hal-
way river up stre
rtctiou  lo  point
lug  -IK" acres  ml
J.M. N W cornel.
September 23,
a north westerly sli-
. inillielieetuent.   contain,
on- or less.    Post marked
JAi-IBS   MAIIALCIII.IN.
1910.
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
liistrict ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice  that   Peter  MaoAlllstor,    ot
Vancouver,  B.C.,  s'sistoius  collector,  intends
tii apply lor iiermission to purchase tin: lol-
lowlng desoribed  lands:    Commonoing   at   a
post planted 1-mllo soulh and 2 mlleB svest
from   811-mllo   post     cstiirSTishcd   on    Police
trail l.eisseen Fort St.  John nnd  Fort Gro-
huin,  HA\, said post  being about one   mile
south   from   the   Halfway   river,   thence    80
chains south;  thence 80 chains west;  thence
Hu chains  norlh:  thenee 80 chains   east   to
point ol commencement,  containing 040 no
us  more  or  less.     Post   marked   P.M.   N F.
corner. PETER   MncAI.I.LS I'Eit.
Soptomber IT, Iflio,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION,
DiBtrlct ol Cariboo,
TAKE notice that Willinm Henry Stevens
nl Vanoouvor, B.C. teamster, iniends to apply Ior permission to purchase tho follow-
i0|( described lauds: Conimencing ut a post
planted I mile nortii from junction ot CypresB Creek and Halfway riser, about 1_
mil., nortli Irom 72-Mile post on the Nortii
West Mounted Police trail, between Fort St.
John and Fori Graham. ll.C. north ol
Hallwuy river. thenee Hll chains nortli ;
thenoo HU chains weal: thence Hn chains
.soutli; thence 80 chaina east to point ot
commencement, containing 040 acres more
ur less, l'osl marked W.H.8. SE corner.
WILLIAM   HENRY   STEVENS.
September 22,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Joseph Hilbeok Wilson,
ol Victoria, ll.C, merchant, iiitends to apply for permission to purcliase the lollowing
described lands: Commonoing at a post
planted il miles wesi and i miles soutli
Irom where the 20th bane line crosses Benr
river, nnd one mile svesl and one mile nortli
from a post r..allied Frank Begg's north
wcbi corner planted on Lhe Grand Prairie
und Pouee Coupe wagon road and nbout -I
miles north west Irom north west end ol
Swan or Suoker lake, tlicnce hu chains
Boutli; thenoe ho chains west; thenoo ho
ehains north: llience Hu chains east to point
ol commencement, containing s.-l" ucres more
or less. Post marked .I.B.W. N F. comer.
JOSEPH   EILHECK  WILSON.
October 7,   1910, 	
PKACK  ItlVER  l.ANI)  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notiee that John Cathcart, ol Victoria, B.C., clerk, intends to apply Ior per.
mission to piii-elmse the lollowing described
lands: Commonoing nt a post plnnted throo
miles wcsl Irom where the 20th base line
crosses Bear river jiusl one mile west nnd
three miles norlh Irons a post marked
Frank Begg's north wcsl corner, planted oil
the Grand Prairie and I'ouce Coupe wagon
road nnd I) milea nortli west Irom north
wost end ol Swan or Sucker lake, thoneo
Hll chains soutli; thenee Hu oliains ensl;
thence 8u ehains nortii ; thence 80 chuins
west to point ol commencement, containing
640 acres more or less. Post mnrked J.C.
N W oornor. JOHN   CATHCART.
October 7,   l'.iln.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai Alexander Cromie. ol
Vancouver, B.C. lorrester, iniends to epply
Ior permission to purchase the (ollowlng described lauds: Commencing at a post plnnled about lu chains north and 2 miles went
ot tin-Mile post, established on the North
West Mounted Police Hail, Iietween Fort Sl.
John and Fort Graham, B.C., norlh ot the
Hallway river, post marked A.C. N W cornor, tluincc Hll chains cast; thence about 80
chains south lo Hnllway riser; llience mean
dering snid river in n -.yesterly direction up
atreasn Is) a poinl about Hu chaius Pl'eth
ol Initial poat: thenee Hii eliains norlh lo
point oi commencoment, containing om acres more or lessl
ALEXANDER   CROMIE.
Soplcmbnr 17.  IHU.)
I'EACE  RIVER  LASH  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thai William Wilson of Victoria, B.C., merchant, iniends to apply for
permission to purchnse the following diss-
crilied lands: Commencing at a post planted :i miles soutli nml 'A miles ssest irom
wliere the 20th base line crosses Hear r|ver
and one mile west irom u post marked
Frank Begg's north weal corner, planted on
Grand Prairie and Pouee Coupe wagon road
and nliout 2_ miles north svesl Irom north
west mid of Swan or Suoker lake, ihend su
chains enst: thenoe 'In cIV ins soutli; th-nce
Hu eliains wcsl; llielice 10 chains nurth lo
point of commencement, eontaining 320
acres morc or less. l'osl niarkeil W.W. N
W oorner. WILLIAM  WILSON.
October 7.   I'.Hu.
PEACE  UIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
liistrict ot Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that Edward Hnwolls, ol
Vanoouvor, B.C.. jewollor, r ■ -ridy
lor permission io purchase the tu" s;". .hs-
orlbcd lands: Commencing al a post planted one mile weat from a point where the
20th base line crosses Boar river and nliout 6 miles north from north west end of
Swats or Slicker Lake, post marked E. tl.
N E Oorner, thenee HO chains west ; theuce
Hn chains south: thence Hu chains east :
thenco 80 eliains nortii to point ol commenoomont, containing Ul" ncres more or
less. EDWARD   lloWELI.S,
October 7.   di".
I'EACE  KIVli.lt    'VISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notiee tlmt Jnmes Mills, ol Vnncouvor, ll.C, loreman, Intends to apply Ior
pormisslon to purehnBo the lolhiwlng des
cribed lands: Commencing nt n |)0»1 planted 21 miles south anil one mile onsl from
no-Mile post, established on the Police trnil
between Fort St. John and Fort Graham.
B.C. and 2 miles south Irons lhe Hallway
riser: tlicnce hu ehains east : thonco HO
'-liuiiiH north: thence Hu clmins weal: Ihenee
Ho rhaitis south to point ol commencement,
containing riln acres more or less. 1'ssat
markod J.M. S W corner.
JAMES   MILLS.
September  17,   1910.
PEACE RIVF.R  LAND  DIVISION.
DiBtrlct. of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Torkel Rossing of Bode,
Iowa, larnier, Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the (ollowlng dosorlbed
lands; Commencing at a post plnnled live
miles east and 1, milea south (rom a poinl
on the nortn bnnk ol llullwisy river, nliout
2" chains south ol do-Mllo post, established
on Police trnil between Fort St. John iinil^
Fort (Irishism, B.C, poal. marked 'I'.R. N _'■
oorner, thence Hll ohnlns aouth; thence 80
eliains weat: thenoe hu chains nortli; thonoo
Ho ehnliiB sviBl to point nl cotutncneeiiienl,
containing 11-10 acres more or less.
TORKEL  ROSSING.
September 21,  1910,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  '.(VISION.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice, thut Snmtiel Crontlc ol Vnncouver, B.C;. termor, Intonds to npply for
permission io purelmBn the lnllo.vin.it slis-
erllied lands: Coiiinieiiclng nt u post piunted about lu ehains north ol 80-Mllo post
■'Btiibllshrd on the Police trail, between Foil.
St. John nnd Fort Grnhitin. B.C. norlh ol
Hallway rivor, post marked S (' S E corner
thonoo Hll ohnlns nortli: thenee HU eliains
w™t: thence SU chains south ; thenee HU
eliains enst to point of ciimuienecuieiit, eon-
lislnliig Mil actcs more or less.
SAMUEL CROMIE.
Supteiiiher  11,   I'.llll,
Pint Insertion of notice, on this page Nov. 19.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TIKE notlci. that William Griffiths, sii
Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends to npply (ur permission lo purohase lhe lollosv-
Ing described lands: Commenolng at a post
planted on the south bunk ol Hnllway river nboul J-mlle south trom BO-mllo post
on the Police trail, between Fort St. John
ami Fort Graham. ll.C. theuce Hii chaina
south; tlii'iice Hu chains weal: thence about
Mi chains nortii lo Hallway river; thenee
meandering fiisid river down stream In nn
easterly direction to point ol oommoncoment
containing 640 acres more or Iosb. Post
(narked w.tl. N W corner.
WILLIAM  GRIFFITHS.
September 17 1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
Distriot ol Curiboo.
TAKE notico iliat Thomas Stevenson So-
iiicrs, ol Vancouver, ll.C. manager, Intends
to apply tor permission to purohase the loi-
lowing described lands:    Commencing at   ii
poat  planted on  she  south   bank  ol    Hall-
ssu\   liver about  i mile  south   from lib mile
post,  establishes,    on   Police  truil    botween
Fort St.    John   and    Fort Oraham,  B.C.
theuce  hll    chains  suulh;     thence   HU  ehnins
oast: ll ce about no chaina nortii to Iinlfwav river: thonce mennderlng anlil river up
strenm In a westerly direction   lo polnl ol
commencement,   containing   .nun   acres    moru
or lesa.  Post  mnrked T.S.S.   N   W corner.
THOMAS  STEVENSON   SOMERS.
September 17, 1910,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE      notice      that    Clare • Oopelnnd
Thompson, of Vancouver, 11. C, salesman.
Intends lo apply,tor permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands: Commomlng
nt a post planted H miles south ami tl ne
milea west from where the 20th base line
crosses Bear Riser and -I miles south and
one mile west from a post marked Frank
Begg's nortii svest s-orner, planted on 0 ran J
Prairie mid I'ouce Coupe wagon road, end
at miles north svcsl Irom the nortli sve.-t
end ol Swnn sir Sucker hike, titence 6U
chuins south; thenee Sll eliains ssest; tlicnce
(in chains north; thenco 80 ehnins eust to
point of commonoement, containing IH" ncres more or less.     Post  marked O.O.T. N E
'ci,A|(i.N' '•'  COl-KLANH THOMPSON.
October H,  I'.llll.
I'EACE ItlVER LAND DIVISION.
District oi Csribsso.
TAKE nolice Hint Jamos Wilson Niven o!
Vancouver, B.C., accountant. Intends to apply for iiermission to purchnso the lollow-
ing descriiicd lands: Commonoing nl a poal
plantod I" clmins north and two miles west
Irom •■."Mile post, established on the North
West Mounteil Police trail, between Foil Si.
John "ml fort Graham, H.C. nortii ol tho
Hnltway river, post marked .l.w.N. SW corner, thenco hu chuins north; thonco sn
chains easl; llience mi clinins BOlltll; thonce
Hu chains ssest to point oi commenoomont,
containing Cl" acres more or less.
JAMES WILSON  N1VF.N.
September   IB,    1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  '"VISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE nolice lhat Rldloy Cromie ol Vancouver. B.C. s|iiiisler, intends lo upply lor
permission to purchase the lollowing described lnnds: Commencing nt n post plain-
nl about in chains north and 80 ohnlns
onst sii CO Mile poal, established on the
Norlh West Mounteil Police (rail, between
Fort St. John and Fori Graham. IU ..
nortli ol lliillwuv river, post markod 11.0.
N W oornor, thenco hu eliains soulh thonoo
Hu chaina enst : thonoo 80 oliains north :
thence Hll chains wcsl. thenoo to point ol
oommonoomont, containing 1140 acres more
or  less. R1IH.EV   CROMIE.
Soptomber Hi.  1910, _________
PEACE  RIVER l.ANI) DIVISION.
District ot Curiboo.
TAKE notiee that Arthur Pegg, ol Vancouver. B.C, janitor, intends to apply for
pormisslon to purohaso the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post plnnled IJ miles north Irom a poinl on Hnlfwny river, about 2" ehnins south of 60-
Mile post on Niirthsvcst Mounted Police trail
betsveeu Fort Sl. John ami Fort Grnhntn,
B.C.. pusi ninrkesl A.P. S W corner, thence
Hn chains north: llience sn ohalns ensl ;
tlicnce 8" ohalns aouth: thonoo 80 chuins
svest to point ot commencement, oontalnlng
0.0 ncres more or less.
ARTHUR PEGG.
September  16,   1010,
PKACK  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKE  notice   thut   Ellen   Sutton  of   London, England, spinster, Inteiida to apply for
permission to purohaso tho following   dos-
orlbod lnnds: Coiiinieiiclng at n poat plnnted :l mill's enst mid I, miles north Irom a
point on Hnltway river nbout 20 ehnins
aouth ol tin-Mile post, ealnlilisheil on Polioo
trnil. betwoen Fort St.. John and Fort Graham, ll.C, pout markod K.s. S E corner,
Ihenee HO elmins nortli; thonoo 80 elmins
west; tlicnce 80 chains south: Ihenee 80
chains enst to point ol I'ouitneiicenienl, containing lilu acres more or less.
ELLEN  SUTTON.
September 20,   1910,
FORT GEORGE HERALD
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Districl of Curiboo.
TAKE nolice that William Tlernoy, ol
Vancouver, ll.C, contractor. Intends to apply lor permission to purohase tho following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted one mile nortii ol the Halfway river
and ousi milo nortli und one mile ssest from
66-Mlle psist, established on tho Polico trail
between Fort St. John ind Fori Graham,
U.S.:., thenee 80 ehains wesi; thenoo hu
chains south to Hallway river; thence meandering said river down stream in an easterly direction to a point about hu ohalns
south oi Initial post; thence HI) chaina north
to point ot commencement, containing 640
aores more or less. Post marked W.'l'. N E
corner. WILLIAM  TIERNBY.
Septcmbor 19,  1910.
PEACE  RIVF.R  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE untie" that Charles Eilbcck Wilson, ol Victoria, B.C1.. solicitor, intends to
apply for permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commenolng at a post
planted ;l miles west und 2 miles south
trom where the 20th base line crosses Bear
Rlvir unsl one mile west and one mile north
from a post mnrked Frnnk Begg's north
svest curncr, plantod on the Grand Prairie
anil Pouee Coupe wagon roud, nnd nbout :!
miles north svest Irom north svei.t ensl of
Swan or Sucker lnke tf.enoe flO enains
south; tlicnce H" chuins east; thenco HI)
eliains north; thence Hu ohalns svest to point
ol commencement, containing til" acres' more
or less. l'osl marked CE.W, N W corner,
CHARLES   Ell.ilECI.  WILSON.
October 7,   I'.Hu.
I'EACE   KlVF.il   LAND  DIVISION.
District  ol Cariboo.
TAKE notico Hint Jennie Beaton of Vnncouver, B.C., married woman, intends to
apply for permission to purohaso l.o following described lands: Commenolng :it a oust
plnnted one mile west and 7 miles soutli
from where the 20th base Sine c osses the
Hear river and I miles suutli i.i.d cue mile
east from a poat mnrked Frank Begg's
nortii svest oorner, plnnled on Grand Prairie
and Pouee Coupe wagon road ami about 1.
miles north west from Bouth svest ei.d id
Ssvun or Sucker lake, thence Hn chains
soulh; Uoncc 80 chains east; thenco Hu
chains north; thenee B0 chains west io point
of commencement, containing iii" .-res more
or less, l'osl marked .1 B. N W torner.
JENNIE BEAUiN.
Octoher 8,  I'.Hu.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict ot Cariboo.
TAKK notice that James Pratt of Vancouver, B.C., insurance agent, intends to apply for pormisslon to purcliaae the following described lands; Conimencing at a post
planted 2 miles nortii from junction of Cypress (.'reek nnd Ilulfway river and about
H miles north of 72-Mile post on North
West Mounted Police trail, between Fort St.
John and Fort Graham, II. C, thence 80
chains nortii; tlicnce Hii chains weat: tisence
HU chains south; thence 80 chains ce.st to
point ol commencement, containing li.O acrea more or less. Post mnrked J.P. SE
corner. JAMES PRATT.
September 22,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice tlmt Norman Russell Lcsven-
don, of Vancouver, ll.C, salesman, intends
to apply Ior permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nl a
post plnnted about -to chains north and 2
miles svest from liu-Mile post established on
the North Wcsl Mounted Police trail, between Fort Sl. John mid Fort Graham, B.
C, nortii oi Hallway river, poat marked N.
ILL. S E corner, thence Rl) chaina north
thence Hi) chains west: thence Hll chains
south : tlicnce HO eliains east to point ot
commencement, contnining 640 acres more
or loss.  NORMAN  RUSSELL LEWENDO.N.
September 17,  1910.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Jnmos Campbell, ol
Vancouver, B.C, manager, intends to apply
for permission lo purchase the following dis-
crlbed lauds: Conimencing nl a post planted nbout :l miles north and 2 miles west
trom junction ot Cypress Creek end Hallwuy river, near 711 mile post established on
the Nortli West Mounted Police trail, between Fort St. John and Fort Graham. B.
I'., post marked J.C. SW corner, thence
Hn chains north: thence 8" chuins east ;
thence Hn chaius soutli; thence. HO chains
west lo point ol commencement, containing
blu acres more or less.
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice Hint Robert .Wilson ol Vnncouver, HA'., gentleman, intends lo apply
for permission to purchaso tiie [ollowing described lands: Commencing al a post planted A miles nortii and 2 miles west from
junction of Cypress Creek with Halfway riser, near mile posi 70, oil the North West
Mounted Police trail, between Fori St. John
nnd Fort Qrnliam, B.C. thenee Mi chaina
north: thence Hu chains svesl; thenoe hii
chuins south: thonce ho chains east to point
ol commencement, oontalnlng bin acres more
or less,    l'osl marked 14.N. S E corner.
ROBERT  Nl.ll.SWN.
September 28, 1910.
-/■—
PEACE   KIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice  that   Emmie Cromie  of Van-
 iver,  B.C, spinster, Intenda to apply lor
permission lo purohase the lollowing described lands: Commonoing ut a post planted on lhe north bnnk o! Halfway River nboul 'Jo ehains suutli of 60 Mile poisl on (he
North Wcsl Mounted Poll* trail, post
marked F.C. S E cornel', theuce 60 chains
nortli, thence 80 ehnins weal; thl'iu'e about
HO chains soulh to Hie Hallway river, llience
meandering said river down stream in nn
easterly direction lo point of commencement
containing "iii" ncres more or less. Post
marked  F.C.  S K corner.
FANNIE CROMIE.
September lu. i'.Hu.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Ethel Jems MacAulnv.
ol Vancouver. B.C., married svoman, Intends
to npplv lur permission to purchnse the following described lnnds: Commencing at a
post plantod on ll'*' norlh batik ol Iinlfwav liver, about 1 Mile south Of 64 Wllo
posi on Hie North West Mounted Police
trail l.eisseen Fort Stl John and Fort Grn-
Ram, B.C., thence 80 chuins north: thence
about .ail chains enst lo Hallsvnv river :
thence meandering said river up stream in
a westerly direction to point ol commencement, oontalnlng 320 acres ore or lis:;,
l'osl   marked  E..T.M.  S W  corner.
ETHEL JEAN  Mr.cAULAY.
September  15,  I91C.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District o! Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alexander ftellett, ol
Vancouver, ll.C, superintendent, iimiids to
npply lor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: t'onii.i nei'ig ',t a
post plantod on Hie nortii bank of Ilnll-
wuv river at nil Mile posi on North West
Mounted Police trail to Fort Graham. 11.
I'.,  post  mgrked  A.K. SE corner,  thonoe 88
eliains nortli: thai  80 oliains  ."'st:  Ounce
Hu eliains soulh lo llullsvny riser; llul.ee
mennderlng snid riser dsissn strenm In nn
siisterly direction to point of oommoncement
containing  6*10 acres  more or less.
ALEXANDER  KEl.l.ETT.
September   19,   I'.llll.
PEACE   RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE nolice Hun Margaret •o-ihaiu, ol
Loudon, England, mnrried svoman, li tends
to applv lor permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commonoing at u
post planted :i miles east (rom i pi 'nt on
llnlfwnv riser, nboul 20 chuins si.illi ol
On mile post on Norlh West Mounteil Police trntl between Fori St. John nud Fort
Graham, B.C.. thonco 80 chains soulh :
llience Sin chains west; tlicnce Hn chains
north; thence HU chains eust to uoint ot
commenoomont, contnining 640 ncrea more
or less. l'ost mnrked W.tl. N E corner.
MARGARET GRAHAM.
September 2".   1910,
PEACE  UIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Distriot  ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice Hint Alexnnder Rosa Fraser.
ol Vnncouvor, B.C., accountant, intends to
apply Ior permission to purohaso lhe (ollowlng described lnnds: Commencing at a
post plnnted M mllos south and one mile
easl Irom 66 Mile nost established »n Police trail between Fort SI. John and Fort
Qraham, B.C.. nml 1 miles south of the
llulfsvnv' river, thenee 80 chains cast; thence
Nil clmins soul 111 llience Hll chuins west ;
theuce Nil chains north .Io point ol commencement, oontninlng 6J0 acres more or
leas.     Poal   mnvked  A.R.F.  N W corner.
Al EN \NDEK  ROSS   FRASER.
Srpletiilier 2u,  1910.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKE notloo thnl Alexnnder John Beaton
ol Vnncouver, B.C.. onrpontor, Intonds to
npply for pormisslon to purchnse the Tollosv
ing described lands: Commonoing nl a post
planled   6   miles  south   nml   one   miie    wcsl
Irom   where  llle  2"lh   base   tin osses   Hear
river nnd 8 miles south und one mile ensl.
from ii posi mnrked Frnnk Rogg's north
west corner, plnnled on tho Grand I mine
and Pouee Coupe wngon road nnd nbout
is miles svesl Irom north west end ol Swan
or Slicker  Lake,    thence.   80 chains   svest ;
the,    Hi.  chains  south:      thence  HU  chuins
„Hst; thence 80 ehnins norlh to pom ol
oommoncoment, oontninlng 040 aoros moro oi
1 :- ''-' ft&MmiS™ »_.
October 8,  i!1i"-
September 22,  l'.iln.
JAMES  CAMPBELL
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
Dislrict of Curiboo.
TAKE notice thut Roderick James C'l.is-
holm, ol Vancouver, H.C. teamster. Intends
to apply for permission to purchase tin: following described lands: Couimenciiig at a
post planted 1 mils1 north (rom junction of
Cypress Creek mid Hallway river, end }-
mile north from 72-Mile poal on the Noith
Weat Mounted Police trail belsvell Pert St.'
John and Fort Gralinm. B.C.. north ol
Hallway riser, post marked it.J.C SW
corner, thenco hu eliains north: tlicnce Ho
chains east; thence 80 chains south; thence
nn chains svest to point of commencement,
containing G40 acres  more or less.
ROIIEKI'' ', ...-ill ILM.
September 22,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice Hint .Maurice Free ol Vancouver, B.C, purser, Intends to apply lor
permlssi )n to purchnse the following tl .
cribed lunds: Commencing ,-sl a post plant
ed 41 miles soulh from 06 Mile i o-i it't'b-
llshed on Police trail netsv'.ei l-'oit St.
John nnd Fort Gralinm, B.C., : ml 4 n iles
south ot the Hallway river, I'tonoe " ".-tins
east: tlicnce Hn chains north: i: trice Nil
chains svest; thence HO chains south to point
ol commencement, containing 640 ceres more
or less.    Post marked M.p. SE comer.
MAURICE  FREE.
September 20,   1910.
PEACE  RIVF.R LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Neil Mclvor of Prince
Rupert. B.C.. lime-keeper, intends to apply
tor oerniission to purchnse the following
described lands: Commencing nt n post
plantod ■> miles eust and 2} miles south
Irom a point on north bank of Hallway river, about 20 chains south of 60-Mile post
estnbllshed on North West Mounted Police
trail, between Fort St. John and Fort
Qraham, B.C., thence Hll chains south :
thence about 2" ehnins ss'est tn Hallway
riser: thence meandering said river up
stream in a north westerly direction to a
point nbout Hi) chains west ol initial post;
thenee hu chains east to point ol commencement, oontalnlng 480 acre, more or less.
Post  marked N.M. N W corner.
NEIL McIVOR.
Soptemher 21.  1910.
PEACE  KIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice tlmt John Qatllft of Vancouver. ll.C, teamster, intends to apply
lor permission to purchaso the lollowing
descriiicd lands: Commencing ut a post
planled on the south bank of Halfway river, nbout 2 miles weal Irons 66-MUo post
established on North West Mounted Polico
trail between Fort St. John and Fort Gra-
hiisn. B.C., thence Hii chains south: thence
Hii chains west; thenee nbout Hn chains
north ol Hallway river; thonco meandering
said river down Rlreum in an easterly direction to point ol commencement, contain,
ing ('.IU ncres more or less. Post marked
.T.ll.  N E corner. JOHN  GATL1FF.
September  17,   I'.Hu.
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE nolice that Ernest Evuns, ol Vancouver. B.C., gentleman, intends to apply
lor permission to purohnse lhe lollowing descrilied lnnds: Commencing ul i post planted 21 miles south Irom Ol', Mile post esinli-
lished on Police trnil, between Fort St.
John nud Fort Oraham, B.C., about two
miles south ol tlic Hallway river, tlienco
Hu chaina svesl; thence Nu ohalns north :
Ihenee NO chains east; thonoo 80 ehnins
soulh 10 point ol commenoomont, contnining I'lln acrea inure or lessl Post markod
E.V. S E corner.
ERNEST  EVANS.
September 17,  1910. _
PEACE RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKE notiee thnt Thomas William Holland, ol Vnncouver, B.C., real eatnte broker, intends to apply Ior permission to mir-
ehase the (ollowing described binds: Com-
monclng nl n post plnnled HJ milea south
Irom where the 20th base lino crosses Benr
river nnd fi;i miles south antl 2 miles enst
Irom n post marked Frnnk Begg's north
west corner planled on Grand Prairie mid
Pouee Coupe wagon ronsl. joining Willinm
llenw. Reynold's preemption on south and
l-rollo aouth ol Swan or Sucker lnke. post
marked T.W.II. NW corner, thence HO
clmins s'list: thenee HU chaina aouth; thence
Nil clinins weal: thence 80 clinins north to
point ol commencement, contnining 640 acres more or less.
THOMAS WILLIAM  HOLLAND.
Ootobor H,   I'.llll.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Arthur Willinm Jervls
ot Vancouver, B.C., manager, intends to apply lor permission to purchnso tho following described lands: Conimencing at n post
nlnnted 5 mllos enst. and 31 miles south
from mile post 80 on North wcsl. Mounted
Police trail, between Fort SI. John and
Fori Graham, B.C. llience HO chains mat:
tlicnce nliout Hn ohnlns south lo llullsvny
River; thenee meiimlering snid river up
stream in u norlh westerlv direction to a
nolnl about 2" chuins south ol Initial post:
thonco 20 ehnins south ol initial post :
thenee 20 ohnlns north to point ot coin-
ineeecmeiil. contnining 40" ncrea more or
loss     Post  marked A.W. N W corner.
ARTHUR   Wll.T.IAM   .IEIIVIS
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Carl Fulcher ol Vancouver, B.C., jeweller, intends to apply Ior
Iiermission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted on weat bank ol Bear river, where the
20th base line crosses aisid river and about
0 tulles north from nortii west end ot Swan
or Sucker Lake, post, marked CF. N E corner, theuce Hi) chaias west; thence 80 chains
south: thence about Hu chains east to Bear
river; thence meandering said river down
stream In a northerly direction to said
point of commencement, oontninlng 640 acres more or less. CARL FULCHER.
Oclober 7,   1910. -	
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Daniel Francis Lee. ot
Vancouver, B.C., tailor, intends to apply tor
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted 1 mile west and 1 mile south trom a
point where the 2uth base line crosses Bear
river, about .1 miles north Irom north west
end ol Swan or Sucker lake, post marked
D.F.L. N E corner, thence SO chains' south;
thence Hu chuins west: thence 80 chains
north; thence 80 chains eaBt to point ot
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or lesa. DANIEL FRANCIS LEE.
October 7,191 it.	
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that William Henry Reynolds ol Grand Prairie. Alia., rancher, intends to apply tor permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing
at a poBt planted on south shore ol Swan
or Sucker Lake at north eust corner ot
William Henry Reynolds' pre-emption, about
H milts south ol the 20th base lino, aad
Peuce River block conveyed by the Province of B.C. to the Dominion Government,
post marked W.II.R. N W corner: thence 4U
chains south; thence 40 ohains east: theuce
40 clinins north; thence about lb chains west
to Swan or Sucker Lake: thence meandering
said lake shore in a westerly dircctioa to
point ol commencement, containing 160 acres more or less.
WILLIAM HENRY  REYNOLDS.
October H,   lulu.
PEACE  RIVF.R LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Henry Albin. ol Vancouver, B.C., teamster, intends to upply Ior
permission to purchase the lollowing describes! iutida: Commencing ut a post plauted &i miles south and one mile east trout
66-Mlle post, established on Police trail between Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.
C, and about o nsiles south ot the Hallway Kiver. thence HO chains east; thence HI)
chains north; thence Su chains west: thence
HO ehnins south to point ol commencement,
containing il4u acres more or iess. Post
marked 11.A. S W corner.
HENRY  ALBIN.
September 20,  11110.
~       PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that George Walter, ol Vancouver, B.C., manager, intends tp apply Ior
permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commenolng at a post planted _i miles soutli from 66-Mlle post established on Police truil. between Fort St.
John and Fort Qraham, B.C.. the said post
is about 6 miles south ol the .Hallway river, thence 8n chains east: thenoe 80 chains
south; thence Su chains west: tlicnce 80
chains north to point ol commencoment,
containing ti-lii acres more or less. Post
marked G.W. N W corner.
GEORGE WALTER.
September 20,   1910,	
I'EACE  RIVER LAND D.VISI0N.
District of Cnriboo,
TAKE notice that Christopher Shanger,
ol ESmmettsburg, Iown. real estate broker,
intends to apply for permission to purchaso
the lollowing described lands: Commencing
at a post planted .1 miles enst and j-mile
north (rom a point on Hallway river, about 20 chains south ol CD-Mile post on the
Northwest Mounted Police trail between
Fort St. John nnd Fort Graham, B.C.,
thence Su chains north; thence 80 chains
west; thence SO chairs south; thence So
ehnins east to point ol commencement, containing 640 acreB mor or less. Post marked GIS.  S E corner.
CHRISTOPHER SHANGER.
September 21,   1910.    ^^
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION,
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnt Wilfred Johnstone, of
London. Eng.. merchant, intends to apply
tor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commenolng at a post planted :l miles east from a point on Hallway
River, about 2D chains south ol 60-Mile
post on Nortii West Mounted Police trail,
between Fort St. John and Fort Graham,
B.C., thence 80 chains north; thence 80
chains enst: thence SU chains south; thence
8" elinlns west to point ol commencement,
containing 640 acres more or less. Post
mnrked W.J.  S \V corner.
WILFRED JOHNSTONE.
September 21,  11)10,	
PEACE  RIVEIt LAND DIVISION.
District ot Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Frederick Crone ol Vancouver. B.C, mnnnger, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the lollowing described lnnds: Commencing at a post planted 1 mile north nnd I mile enBt Irom a
point on Halfway river nt (Ill-Mile post on
North West Mounted Police trnil between
Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.C.,
thence Hll ehnins enst: thence Sll chains
south: thence 80 chains west; thence 80
eliains north to point ol commencement.
containing 640 ucres more or less. Post
marked F.C. N W corner.
FREDERICK   CRONE.
Soptomber ID. 1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice Hint George Draper ol Vnn-
couser, ll.C, teamster, iniends to apply lor
pormisslon lo purchase the lollowing described binds: Conimencing at a post p'ant-
esl 11 miles south nnd one mile weat from
Oil.Milo post, established on North WeBt
Mounted Polis-e trnil. nnd 1 milo south of
Hnllway river, thence 80 chains south ;
thence Hi) chains west; thence 80 chaias
north; thence 80 chains enst to point ot
commencement, contnining 640 acres more
or less.   Post marked G.D. N E turner.
GEORGE  Dlt/.PER.
September  17,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
Distriot of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John McKenzie ol Vancouver. B.C.. teamster, intonda lo apply (or
permission to purchase tho [ollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted 2} mllea south from 08-Mlle post established on Police trail between Fort St.
John nnd Fort Graham, B.C., nnd 2 miles
south-of Hnltway river, thence ho chains
aouth: thence 80 chuins enst; thenco 80
chains north: thence 80 chains west to point
ol commencement, containing 640 ncres
more or less. Post marked J.M. N W corner. JOHN MncKH ._IE.
September 20,  1910.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice Hint Roderick McKenzie, ot
Vanoouver, B. C mnnnger, intends to apply Ior permission to purchase tho lollowing dosorlbed lands: Commencing nt a post
planted I mile north trom a point on Hnltway river at lid-Mile post on North West
Mounted Police trnil. between Fort St.
John and Fort Qraham, B. 0., thence 80
chains norlh; thence So ehalns east; thence
SU chains south; thenee 80 chaius west to
point ot commencement, containing 640 acres more or lcaa. Poat marked R.M. S W
corner. RODERICK   MncKENZIE.
September 19,  1910. •OUT GEORGE HERALD
December 17, 1910
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Hi.trici ui Peace River.
TAKE notico thnt Carl W. ll.ee ol del-
Hugs,am. ss.,.u.. inachlulBt, intends so upply
i.r permission to purcliase lhe lollowing in.
uihcd laud.: Commencing ,u u pust planted II miles uuith Irom a poiuc on the Halfway riser iibo.il 82 miles down struusn irom
tlic mouth ol Cypress Creek, lie ine UOtllll
to chains; Ihcnce ssest HU enaius; tlicnce
north Hsi eliains: thenco eust mi cajiius to
point of commencement, conlalniag d-ls)
acres more ur less. CARL W.  RICE.
Sept.  29,   Il'lu. James   Pettry,  agent
PEACE RIVKR LAND DISTRICT.
District Ol I'eaee River.
TAKE nolice shut John Samuel Rothest
ol Springfield Ohio, occupaiioii Fnrsnef.iu
lends io applj Ior permission to ptirainsu
tne following described lauds: Coiulnnn.'ilig
:.t a puss plllllted H miles Norm Irom a
puiui on tne llullsvny Riser about lu miles
duwnsii'cuin fruni lhe mouth ol Cypress
Creek, llience North 80 chains; thonce West
Nu cualus; thciuc South CU chains ithuns-o
East so chains to point, ol commencement
ami contnining 640 acres  more or less.
.IlillN   SAMUEL   ROTHEST.
Sepl. 27.   1810, Jnmes   Pottry,  agent.
PEACE  RIVER  LA v'D  DISTRICT.
District  oi  I'eaee River.
TAKE notice thai  Cyril  Lewellln, of Van
couver  ll.   C.   occupation   la...n num.  mictiuu
to   apply     lor   pel.nus.on   lo      purchase   Ine
following desiirlbi,I  Intuit.:  Cumiuuticiug  :.t  u
post   iilanted   1_   uui,.-   North   iroin   a  point
ou  ihe Hallway  Riser about 8-1  miles uossu
strenm   Irom   lue   mouth   ol   Cypress   inc.,
tnence   Nortii   NO    chains;   thenco   West  _0
eliains: Ihcnce South 80 clinins;  thenee  Easl
mi   chains   io   point   of  commencement   und
containing 640 acres more or less.
C.KIL   LEWI'ILLIN.
.Seal. 28.  IHU'. .1,inns Pctlry, ngent.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
DiSlri'.'l   ill    I'eaee   Rlvi I'.
TAKE notice that Charles Actor Clcal
ol San Jose CaL.nccuiintioii Bulcher Intends
lu npply lor permission to purchase lho
lollowing descrihed lauds: commencing at a
post planled 8 miles Nortli Irom a point on
tin llnlissat River alioul 1" miles down-
stream Irom tic mouth of Cypress Creek
thenco South Hn chains: thenco East su
chains; tlicnce North 80 chains: tlicnce West
Sii chains lo point of commencement and
containing 640 ncres more or less.
CHARLES   ACTOR   ('LEAL.
Sept.   2d.   loin. ,     Jus.   Peltry.agenl.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District ol  Peace  Riser.
TAKE  notice  that   l.eni   Riley  of  Scdalla,
Mo., hotel ki'cpcr, intends to apply  for  |nu
mission  io  purchaso tne  following described
lands:   Commenolng nt a  posi  plnnled     ' I
milea  north  (rom  a point  ou   lhe   Hallway
river about  32  milea down  stream   irom tiie
moutli   ol   Cypress  Creek,   thence    nortii    SI)
clinins; them ist 80 chains;  thence   south
ho chuins: thonce west 80 chains lo point
ot commencement, contnining 640 acres
more or less. LEN1   RILEY.
Sept. 20,   I'.lln. James  Pettry,   ngent
I'EACE  ItlVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
liistrict of 'Peace River.''
TAKE  nolice  ili.'ii   Willinm   Sanford   Knull
ol  Vnnrou.er  ll.C occupation  Slock  Broker
Intends lo npply for permission  to 'purcliase
sue   following   described   lands:   Commencing
at  a  post  planted 8    miles    .Norlh  from a
point on  the  llalfsvny Itiver about 42 miles
downstream   from     lhe     moutli   oi   Cypress
Creik,  thenee  Soulh  Hu  chains;   thence  West
hii   eliains:   tlicnce   North   hii   clinins;   thenco
East  so  clmins  to  point   of  oommonoement
and  containing   lib' ucres  more  or  less.
WILLIAM  SANFORD   KNTFF.
Sepl  27,   I'.Hu. .lames   peltry,  a,rent.
I'EACE   UIVER   I.AND   DISTRICT.
District  oi  Pence  River.
TAKE notice  Hint   Violet   Louise  Crookull
ol Vancouver II. C. ocoupntion Stenogrnuher
inn mis to apply lor permission  to purchnse
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT;
District ..I  i'.i-r Itii'L-r:	
TAKE notice Hint .lc- Hoe Tesis. of So-
utile, Wash., Inundryniun, intends to apply
lor permission lo purchase the following drs-
cribed lauds: Commencing ul a post plnnled 18 miles north Irom a point on the Hnlfwny riser about :iii miles down stream trom
the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence north
Hu chains: tlicnce west so chains; llience
south hu chains; tiiei.ee easl hu ehnins to
point of commencement, contnining 640
ncres more or  less. .IHE  HUE TEV1S.
October  A,   1910. James   Pottry,   agent
I'EACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District  ol Peace  River.
TAKE   notice   that     Frank     VVillliams   ol
Vnncouver   B.   C.   occupation   tailor   inieiuls
lo  upply   for   permission    lo   purchnse   lhe
lollowing described lands:  Commencing nt a
post   piunted   12   miles  North   Irom   a   point
on the Hallway  River nbout  111  miles down
stream   Irom    the  mouth  of  Cypress  Creek.
thence South    80     chuins:  thence    Wesi   Hn
eliains;  thence North SO chains;  thence  Enst
8"  chaius   to   point  o(  commencement   and
containing (J4n acres more or less.
FRANK WILLIAMS.
Sept. 28.   1910, James  I'ettry, agenl.
PEACE  RIVER   LAND  DISTRIOT.
District   ol   Pence   itiver.
TAKE noticEe tlmt William McRae ol
Vancouver 11. C. ocoupgtion Baker, intends
to apply Ior permission to purcliase the
(ollowing described lands: Commencing nl a
post plnnled 12 miles North from a point
on tiie Hallway River about III miles down
stream from the moutii of Cypross Creek,
theuce South Hu chains; tlicnce Enst Ho
clinins; thencp North 80 chains: thenee West
Hu chains io point ol commencement and
containing bin acres more or less.
WILLIAM   McRAE.
Sept.  2H.   1910. James   I'ettry,   agent
PEACE   RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District  of  Peace  River.
TAKE  notice  thut   Howard   Ford  ol  Vancouver  II.   C  occupation   Upholster,   iniends
to  apply   for    permission   lo     purchase   the
follossing described lands: Commencing ai a
poat   plnnled   12   miles  Nortii   Irom  a   poisit
on the ilulfway  Riser aboul :'. 1  miles down
strenm   Irom   the  mouth  of    Cypress   Creek,
llience   North   80    chuins:   thence     East   hii
clinins:  thencrSouth   Ho  chains:   thence   West
Hu eliains  to  point of  commencement,  con-
lallsing (.41) acs-esm ore or less.
HOWARD FORD.
Sept.2S.   I'.Hu. Jnmes   Pettry.   ngent.
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ol Pence River. '
TAKE nonce that Abx G. Thlatlson ol
Vanoouver II. C occupation Hotel Keeper,
intends lo apply (or permission to purenso
the following described lands: Commencing
ut is post plnntod In miles North from a
point on llle llalfsvny River about ill milea
slosvu stream irom the moulh of Cypress
Creek thence North Hi chuins; thenee West
So chains : thence soutli hu chains; thence
East Hu chains to point of commencement
containing 640 acrea more or  less.
ALEX  li. TIIIATISON.
Sept.  28.   1910, James  Peltry, ngent.
lollowing descriiicd innd
nt n post plnnled li miles North irom n
point on the Hallway Riser aboul 42 milea
dosvn slrcnm from the mouth of Cypress
Creek thence Nortli So chains; thence West
Hn chains: tin nee South sn eliains: tlicnce
East hu chains to point "i commencement
and containing bin acres more or  less.
VIOLET   LOUISE  CROOKALL.
Sept. 27.   I'.Hu. James  I'ettry,  agent.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Distriot ol I'eaee River.
TAKE notice Glut William Falls of Young-
town, Ohio, occupaiioii Hotel Manager. Intends lo applv for iiermission to purchnse
the following 'described lnnds: Commencing
nl a post plantod 8 mill's North from a
point on the Hnllway River about 42 miles
downstream Irom the mouth of Cypress
Creek llience Soulh 80 clmins; thence East
mi clinins; thence North Nu chains; thence
West ho clmins to point of commencement
nnd containing 640 acres more or less.
WILLIAM   FALLS.
Sopt, 27.   I'.Hu. Jnmes  Pctlry. agenl.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT,
District of Peace River.
TAKK notice that Mackenzie Urquhnrt, ol
Vancouver ll.C occupation Firmer, intends
to apply Ior permission to purchase lhe
lollowing doscribed lands: Commencing at a
post planted H miles North from a point on
the llalfsvny Itiver about 42 milea dosvu-
s I renin Irom lhe mouth ol Cypress Crs-ek
thenee North 80 ehains; thence Ens', hii
ehnins; thonco South hu chains; thence 'Vest
Hu clmins to point of commencement, und
containing tip' acres  more or less.
MACKENZIE   URQL'HART.
Sept. 27.   I'.Hu. Jnmes   Pottry,  agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Pence River.
TAKE notice that Frnnk Devln, ol Sacramento, CaL, horseman, intends to upply for
permission to purchnse lhe lollosving described lands: Commencing at a post planted 26 miles S E of the mouth uf Cypress
Creel; and IJ miles north of Halfway riser,
ami .Ij miles north of Mile post 7 1, Police
trail, thence nortii hii chains; tlicnce eas! 80
chains: llience soulh No s'hssius: tlicnce .vest
Hu chuins to point of commencement, and
contnining  640 acres more or leas.
FRANK   DEVIN.
Sept. :l".  1910. Frank  Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ol Peace Riser.
TAKE notice thnt Miss Ella Louise Boat-
right, of Los Angeles. CaL, milliner, intends to apply for iiermission lo purchiise
tiie lollosving described lauds: Commonoing
ut u post iilanted 12 miles north trom a
point on tin- Halfway River about 42 miles
tlosvn sireuus from Ihu liiulllli ot Cypress
Creek, thence .south hu chains: thenco svcsl
Nu enains: thonce noith hu chums; thence
east Ho eliains to point of commencement,
containing li'ltl ncres more or less.
ELLA  LOUISE  BUATRIG1IT.
October  3,   l'.iln. .lames   Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICI'
District of Peace Itiver.
TAKE notice thai Samuel F, Casey, of
Vancouver, B.C., clerk hotel, iniends to apply tor permission to purchase the follossing described lands: Commencing ut. n post
Iilanted 1:1 miles north irom a point on tho
llalisvay river aboul ::ii miles uossu stream
Irom the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
south 80 eliains; thence east Hu eliains;
thenco north hii chains; thence wcsl 80
chains to poiut of conimcneeuii.nl, containing bin acres more or less.
SAMUEL   F.   CASEY.
October  3,   1910. James   Pettry,  agent
PEACE RIVER' LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice tlmt Archibald Logan Denny,
of Seattle, Wash., lawyer, lntenas to apply
for permission lo purchase the lollowing des-
enbed lands: Commencing ai a post planted 13 miles north from a poim ou the
Hallway riser ssliout :sii miles down stream
(rom tiie moutii of Cypross Creek, thenco
north Hu ehnins; theuce eust 80 chains :
thence south Hu eliains; tlicnce west hii
enains to point of commencement, com.lining ti lu ucres more or less.
ARCHIBALD LOGAN DENNY.
October  :s,   1910. James   Pettry.  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dist.ict ol Peaco River.
TAKE notice thnt Charlie Rockvood, of
St. Joseph. Mo., Wat. rmali. intends 10 apply far permission tj purchnse the following described lanus: Commencing at a post
plantod Ll miles norlh (rom a point on
the Hallway River, about 32 mites down
strenm trom lhe mouth of Cypress Creek,
ihcnce nortii 80 chains; thence svest hu
enains; thence aouth Ho chaina: thence easl
Hn enains to point of commencement, con-
tatnlng 840 aores more or less.
CHARLIE   ROCKVOOD.
Sepl.   30,    1910, James   Peltry,   agent
PEACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl of Pence River.
TAKE uoiice tli.it Filer Duncan McTuvish
ul Viiucouser, 11._'■. broker, iniends to apply lur permission to purcliase the (ollowlng described lunds: Commencing at u post
planted I. null I north Irom a point on the
llallss'ai HI ver about :I4 miles down utream
from ine niuuili oi Cypl-cBs Creek, tliunce
south 80 chuins; thence svesl ho chains ;
thence norlh HI) chains; thence east 80
chains lo point oi commencement, contnining 040 ncres more or less.
PETER   DUNCAN   McTAVISH
Sept.   lib,   l'Jilt. .billies   Peltry,   agent
PEACE I'.IS I'-.K  LAND DISTRICI'
    Diisttk't-of'lYi'i.ft Hiver.
TAKE   in      lhat     Karl   John   Frederick
'I'm, ii. ol Prince Itupert, B.C., G.T.P. Contractor, inieiuls to npply lor permission to
purchase she lollowing descriiicd binds :
Commencing at a post piunted G miles
north Irom n point ou the Hallway Riser
about Ai miles slosvu strenm (rom moulh
oi Cypress Creek, theuce norlh 80 ■ hiiins ;
thence enst Hii chains; tlicnce soutli Hu
eliains; Ihenee wcsl 80 chains lo point ol
commencement, containing b40 ucres more
or less.
KARL   JOHN   FREDERICK  TORELL.
Sept.  124,  lliiti. James  I'ettry,  ugent
PEACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl  ol  Peace River.
TAKE nolice  that   Alex. Ciirisioflcraon.  ol
Nurth   Vancouver,    ll.C.   carpenter,     intends
lo npply  for permission  lo  purchase the lollosving  described   lauds:    Commonoing  at    n
post   planted   7   miles   norlh   irom   a    point
on  tin. Hnlfwny River nbout 86   miles down
stream   from   tne   mouth   of   Cypress   Creek,
thenee   south   HU   chuins;     theliou    West
chains;   tlicnce  nortli   HI) chains;   thence  enst
80  clmins    lo   tne  point  ol  commencement,
containing 640 acres morc or less.
ALEX   s'llRISToFFEKSON.
Sept. 24,   1910. Jnmes  Pottry,  agent
PEACE UIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl ol Pence River.
TAKE nolice that Charles Braid Garland,
of Vnncouver, B.C., broker, intends to npplv, for pormisslon to purchase tho following descriiicd lands: Commenolng ul a post
planted 4 miles norlh from a point on the
Hnlfwny Riser about 40 miles dossn strenm
from tin* moutii ol Cypress Creek, thence
south 80 chains: thenoo west hll chainB ;
thence norlh 80 chains; thence cist to
eliains to point of commencement, containing b'10 acres  more or less.
CHARLES   BRAID  GARLAND.
Sopt.  20.   1'JiO. James   Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District  ol   Ponce  River.
TAKE     nolice     Hint  Allien  Andersn,
Vancouver.  II.C., fisherman,  Intend, t„     ul
ply  ior permission  to  purohaso in.. ','„"i-
lug described  Iambi:     CominenciiiK ,lt  ;''"*'
pl.viited  9  miles  north  irom a point    l""t
Hnllway   River,  about 38  milea down sir
liom   tne   mouth   of   Cypress  Creek,       """
north,   8(1    ehnins;    tnence oust |pj ,.|    "">
thence    south     80  chains;     thenc,.  west"!'
chains to point of oommonoement   .,„,   u
ing 640 ucres more or less. "">-
ALBERT   ANIIF.RSO.
_____j___J______ J"""'"  IVUr>'' ''ks'iii
PEACE  ItlVER LAND DIS'I .Uc.'~~~
 District .til. .Peace  River.
TAKE notice .thai Stanley llalbroufc
Vancouver, ll.C, painter. Intends i0 ,'. r
lor permission to purohaso the following X
cribsd lands: Commencing at a post hla„,
cd 9 miles north Irom a point on tin- It,,
way Riser, about Ai miles down siren,
Irom tlic moulh of Cypresa Creek \L'
south 80 chaina; thence wt.st jjp, c| |"*
thence north 80 cli/sius; thence east ml
clinins to point ol i-omtnciicrin.iit, co'dobi.
ing 040 ucres , more or Icbs.
STANLEY   llALllUiui;
Sept.   Ti.   1910. James   ''ctlry,   _,,.'„,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District   ol   Peace   Riser.
TAKE   noiioe   that   John   Smith,  tl
couver,   B.C,  gardner,  intends  lo apt
permission   lo   purehusc  the  lollow.ug
cribed lauds:    Commenolng ut a posi
ctl   9  miles  nortii   ol  u  point on   lhe
way   River,     about   38   miles   i'o.vn
(rom   tne   mouth   of Cypress   Creek,
aoutli  Hu  chains :    tlicnce   easl   8"
thence   nortii   80    chains:     thenco  v.
chaina io point of commencement,   i
ing b-10 ucres  more or less.
JOHN   SMITH.
Sept.   Tl.   1910. Jnmca   Peltry,
Von-
ly   lur
111..
Jinn-
UUI-
Bui-am
tlllllM!
I'lllSill.;
Bl    bU
obtain-
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ul Peaoe River.
TAKE notice thut Alois Louie Fischer, ol
Sail Francisco, CaL, shoe maker, intends to
apply fol' permission lo purohase the follosv-
ing described lands: Commencing nt u post
plnnted 1 miles north from a point on the
llalisvay river nboul 21 miles down stream
irom the mouth of Cypresa (.'reek, thenco
soulh Hii/ehnins; llience west hii chains;
thence north HU chaias; iheii.c east Hu
chailis tu point of commencement, containing ti In acres more or lesa.
ALOIS  LOUIE  FISCHER.
Ootobor  -1,   I'.Hu. .lames   Pettry,   agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ul Peace River.
TAKE notice tlmt Arthur Brazier, ol Vancouver, B.C, occupation plumber, Intends to
apply for permission lo purchnse the lulloss
ing described lands: Commencing nt n post
planted 0 miles Nurth from a point on the
Halfway River about 42 miles downstream
Irom the mouth ol Cypress Creek, llience
South Hu clinins; llience Easl Hu chains;
theuce North Hu chains: thence Wesi 80
chains to point of commencement nml containing blu acres mure ur leas.
AKTIHK   BRAZIER.
Sept.   27.   1910. Jnmes   Petti-y.agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict ul Peace River.
TAKE notice that John William Stokes.
of Avclittc, Texas, newspaper man, Intends
lo apply ior permission to purchnse the lol-
lowlug described lunds: Commencing at a
post planted 1:1 miles north from a poim
on the Hallway river alioul 32 miles slosvu
stream Irom lhe mouth ol Cypress Creek,
thence soutli No chaius; thence west Hn
chains: thence norlh 80 ehnins; thenee cast
So chains io point ol commencement, containing 640 acres more or less.
JOHN   WILLIAM   STOKES.
Sept.   3ii.   1910. James   Peltry,   ugent
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
DISlHet   Ol    Peace    River.
TAKE notice tlmt Joseph Ripper, of Sun
Auiouio. Texas, cattle business, intends to
apply for permission to purcliase the follow
ing described lands: Commencing nt a post
planted 11 miles north from a point on the
Hnllway River about 32 mild down stream
Irom the mouth ol Cypress Creek, thenc,.
north Hu chains; thenco svest Hu chaina ;
Ihenco soulh Hu chains: thence easl Hu ohnlns
lo point o( comiiieiieemenl, containing bill
acres  more or  less. JOSEPH   RIPPER.
Sept.   21),   I'.lln, .lames   Peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of Peace Itiver.
TAKE notice Unit Charles Edwards, of
Vanoouvor 11. C occupation Contractor, intonds to upply lor permission to purohnse
Hie lollosving described binds: Commencing
at a post plantod 'i miles North from a
point on the Hallway River nbout 12 miles
downstream from the mouth "I Cyorcsa
Creek, thence North Hu clinins: llience Eust
So ehnins: thonco Soutli ho ehnins; thenco
West Hii clinins to Hie point of commoner
ment and containing (110 acres mor.- or less.
CHARLES   EDWARDS.
Sept.   27.    Itlln, James   Pctlry,agent.
I'EACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
District ol  Peace River.
TAKE  notice   that  R.Munro  ol   Vnncouver
II.   0.   oei'Upasion   Broker,   intends   to  apply
lor  permission   to     purchaso   the     lollosving
desoribed   lands:     Commencing    nt   a   post
plained  8  miles  North  (rom  a  point   on  the
Hallway  River about   12  miles slosvu stream
Irom   the  month  oi    Cypress  Creek,  thenco
North  nu  ehaitia;    thenco  West     mi chainB;,
thenee  Soutli     Hu  chain:.:     thenoo   Ensl   hu
chailis  to  point of Commencement  ami Containing 640 acres more nr less.
It.   MUNROE.
Sept. 27.   I'.llll. .lanes   Pctlry,  agent.
I'EACE R1V ER LAND DISTRICI'
District oi Peace River.
TAKE notico that Joseph Godfrey Sladler
ol Long Beach, CaL, alloc dealer, inieiuls to
apply for permission tu purchase lhe lollowing described I uids: Commenolng ul u posi
plnnted I mllos north Irom n point on the
llulfssny riser about 24 miles dosvn stream
Irom the mouth of Cypress Creok. theuce
north hu chuins; Ihenee easl hii chains:
llience soulh 8n chuins: thenee svest nn
chuins to poinl ol commencement, contain
ing 640 acres more ur 1, ss.
JOSEPH GODFREY STABLER.
October   I.   l'.iln. James   Peltry,  agent
PEACE UIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace Riser.
TAKE notiee that Thomas Lynn of Emeryville* CaL. traveling salesman, intends to
apply for permission to purcliase the following described lands: Commencing at n post
planled 13 miles nortli from n point on lhe
Hallway river about 311 miles dosvn slreuin
Irom the mouth ol Cypross Creek, thence
south hu eliains: thonce west HU chains ;
Iiiencc nortli Hn chaina; thence enst HU
eliains lo point of commencoment, containing 640 acres more or lesa.
THOMAS  LYNN.
October   3,    I'.ilo. Jamea   Peltry,   agent
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT.
Distriot  of   Peace River.
TAKE notice thai Frank Louis Davis, ol
Pine Bluff. Ark., merchant, iniends to npply for permission lo purcliase the following
described lands; Commencing al a post
planted 12 miles north from a point on tiie
Halfway river about 12 miles down stream
from lhe moulh of Cypress Creek, ihenee
south so ohalns; llience east hu chains ;
llience north 80 chains; tliel.ee west su
chuins to point of commencement, containing tilli acres  more or leas.
FRANK   LOUIS   DAVIS.
October  3,   I'.Hu. Jnmes   Peltry,   agent
 .—. w . _-	
PEACE  RIVER   l.ANI)  DISTRICI'.
District o( Poaoo River.
TAKE notice lliut John V. Brewer, pt
Wurreiisberg, Mo., liveryman, In tonus to npply lor permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at u post
planted 12 miles north Irom a poinl on tho
Haliw.sy riser nbout 12 milea down slreuin
Irons the moutli of Cypress Creek, ihenco
north Ho chains; thence eual Hu chains ;
theuce south Ho chains: thence svcsl Bl)
ohalnB io point ol commencement, contain
ing lib' ncres  more or  less.
JOHN  V.   BREWER.
October 3.   I'.Hu. James  Peltry,  agent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICI'.
Dislrict oi Peace River.
TAKE uisticc that John Mnsteraon, of Sun
Frum-isco, CaL. saloon keeper, inieiuls lo
apply for permission to purchase tin- following descriiicd lands: Commencing ul u
post planted 13 miles north Irom u point
on the llullsvny river about 82 miles ilown
stream from the moulh sif Cypress Creel;,
thenee norlh Hu chains; llience easl Hii
ohalns; thenee south 80 ehnins: thenco west
80 chains lo poinl of commencement, con
I.lining   I'. In  acres   more  or   less.
JOHN   MASTERSIiN.
Sept.   3".   I'.'lii. Jnmes   Pettry,   ngent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notico thai Williman Uannngnn, ol
Los Angeles, ('a!., horscmnn, Intends to upply for permission to purchase the lollowing described lunds: Commencing ut n post
plantod 13 miles nortii Irom u point on
the Hnltway river, about 32 mllea down
strenm from lhe moutli of Cypresa Creok,
thence aouth 80 chains; theuce east Hu
chains; thence north Hu chuins; theuce weal
Ho chaina to point of oommoncement, contnining ill" acres more or leaa.
WILLIMAN   HANNAOAN.
Sept.   HU.   I'.lln. James   Peltry,   agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol i'eaee River.
TAKE notice tlmt Joseoji 0. Mathers, ol
Vancouver. B.C., clerk, intends to apply lor
permission to purcliase the following described lauds: Commencing ut a post planted 4 miles nortii from a point on tlic Ilulfway Riser, about 4 miles dosvn Strenm from
the moulh of Cvpress Creek, thence soulh
Ho chains ; thenco easl hii chains ; thence
north 80 chuins: thonce west sO eliains lo
point of commencement, containing 040
acres  more  or  leas.
JOSEPH  0.  MATHERS.
Sept.   26.   1910. Jnmos   Peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVF.R  LAND DISTRICT
District   ol   Peace   River.
TAKE   notice   that   August   Oscar  ol  Vancouver,  B.C.,  cooper., intends  to  apply    lor
permisaion   to   purchase   the   lollosving     described  Innda:    Commonoing  at  a   poat   planted 6  miles nortii from a poinl on the llullsvny      River     nliout   34   miles  slosvu   slreum
from   the  month  of  Cvpress  Creek,     thenco
aouth   80  chains;     thenee  enst    80    chains ;
tlicnce   north   80   chains;      ihenee    west    >
chuins to  point ol commencement,  eontaining 640 acres morc or less.
AUGUST OSCAR.
Sopt  24.   1910. Jnmes   pettry.   agent
PEAOE ItlVER I AND DISTRICT
Districl of Pence River.
TAKE notice that Moses Peter Vernon, of
Vancouver. ll.C, carpenter. Intends to upply for permission lo purchase the following described lauds: Commencing nt a post
planted 1.1 miles north of a point on the
Halfway Riser, aboul At miles down stream
irom lhe mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
north 80 chains: thenoe west 80 ehnins ;
Ihcnce soulh 80 chains: Ihenee east 80
chuins to point ol commencement, containing 040 acres more or less.
MOSES   PETER   VERNON.
Sept.  23,   I'.Hu. James   Pettry,  ngent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
DlstrlOt   Ol   i'eaee   River.
TAKE notice Hint Clarence Miller o( Vancouver, B.C., miner, Intends lo apply for
Iiermission lo purchase lie- lollowing des"rib-
ed binds: Commencing nt a post plnnled 13
miles nortii from li point on tho [Inllwny
Riser,   nliout  38     miles  ihivsu  stream    from
the moulh ol Cypress Creek, thence south
HU chuins; llience w.st sn chains; thenci!
norlh   80  chaius;   tin nee  oast   80  chains    lo
poinl    of    eoiuini i ment,  containing     b.„
ncres more  or  less.
CLARENCE   MILLER.
Sopt,   23.   1910. James   Pottry,   agent
PEACE RIVER  I. IND DISTRICT
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKE notice that Dunoan Grimly Wil-
tonl Rickets, of Vancouver, II. ('., broker,
iniends to applv for pormisslon to purchase
the [ollowlng described lnnds: Commencing
nl a i-i..'. plnnted G miles nortli from a
point on tlle llulfwus Riser nboul 34 mllea
down Btream (rom the mouth ol Cypress
Creek. Ihciice north Hu chuins: thenc. west
80 ChainB: tinnee BOUtll 811 ehnins; thence
east 80 chains to point ol commencement,
containing 040 ncres more or leaa.
DUNCAN GRANTI.Y IVILFORD RICKF.TTS.
S'pi. 2li,  .„.o. Jnmes Pottry, ngent
I'EACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Districl ol  Pence River.
TAKE  notice   that   Donuld   Neil   McTiisisli, •
ol  Vnncouver,  ll.C, broker, Intends to iij.|.jy
for    permission    to purehnso the   folluwm^
descrihed    lands:      Commencing nt a  post
plauted  0 miles  north  from a point on the
Halfway River, about 40 miles downstream
from   tne   mouth   ol   Cypress   Creek,    thence'"
north   SO   chains;     theuce   cast   80    chains;
thonoe    soulh     00   chuins;   thence   west   Hn
chuins  to  point  ol  coinmeiicenieiu,   containing G40 ucres more or less.
DONALD   NEIL   McTAVISH.
S.pt.  2G.   1910. JismcB  Pettry, agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of  Peace River.
TAKE  nolice     Hint    Margaret  Bisiiop,  r,f
Vancouver.    B.C.,   stenographer,    Intends   to
apply  lor permission  io  purchase tin-   inflowing  described  lands:    Commencing  j,t   „
post   planted   b   miles   nortli   from a   point
ou   the   Halfway   Riser  and   nbosu  .11 aiifi
down  stream    (rom, the  mouth  ol  t-ypress
Creek,  thence north 80 chains;  theme »<-t
hn chains;  thence south  ou oliains;   stasn.
east  80 chaiiis  to  point of commencement,
containing  u.o ncrea more or less.
MARGARET   BISHOP.
Sept.  2b,  laid. James  Peltry, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of Peace Itiver.
TAKE notice that Francis Joseph Simon,
oi Vancouver, B.C., fisherman, i.i'in.l. lo
apply lor permisaion to piiri-lic.se the lollowing descriiicd Innda: Commencing ai a
post planted 9 miles north ol a I'.'int on
Ihe Hallway River, about 38 ' Bob down
stream Iroin the moulh ot Cypress Cieck,
thenco north 80 chains; thence viss 89
chillis; thenoo south 80 clmins; fciii- ee.lt
80 chains to point ol commenoomont, containing G40 acrea more or less.
FRANCIS  JOSEPH  SIX'OS.
Sept.  22.  1910. Jamea  pettrv.   a>mt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice lhat Essra Carres Fcrriss, of
Vancouver, B.C., broker, intends to apply
for permission to purcliase the following described lauds: Commenolng at a poat planted 6 miles north from it point on tin- Halt-
way River about 40 milea down stream (rum
lhe mouth ol Cypress Creok. Ihenee soutli
80 chnlna; thenca west 80 chains; thence
north 80 chains; thence east 80 etinina to
puint ol commencement, and containing
1140 acres more or less.
EZRA   CARRES   FERKISS
Sept. 2G  1310. James   Pettry, agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICI
District of Peace River.
TAKE nolice tlmt Frederick P. Hivsiiiin-n.
ol Vancouver, B.C. clerk, Intends lo apply
lor permission to purchase the following-f
s ribed lands: Commencing ut a poat planted G miles nortli from it point on the Hallway River nbout 40 utiles dosvn stream I™1"
the mouth ol Cypress Creek, thence .sosilli
80 chuins: thence ensl 80 chains ; thenrt
norlh 80 chailis: theuce west 80 chains to
point    ol  commencement,   contnining    b->o
acres  mole  ur   less.
FREDERICK   1'.  BAUMA0N.
Sept.  2G.  13,o. Jamea  Pettry,  ngsnt
PEACE  RIVER  LAND   DISTRICT.
District ol  pence  Itiver,
TAKE notice that Roy  Lesta  oi  Portlnnd
(Ire., occupation Book,i r intends lo anply
lor permission to purchase the lollowing
described binds: Commencing al n post
plnnled H milea North Irom a point »ti ihe
llnllwi.v River about in miles doss stream
(rom   the  mouth  ol  Cypress    Crock,   ihenee
Nortii   HU   c'i.iI.'s:   thei      Enrl   80   chains;
thence south Hn chains; thonoo wcsl  hu cha'i
Ins  to  poinl   ol  eiimmnci incut   nnd  i   iitiiin-
lug i'lln crres  more or Icbs.
ROY   LESTA.
Sept.20 .   I'.Hu. James   I'ettry, igent.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl ol Peneo River.
TAKE notice thnt Bert N. Frank ol Chicago, III., traveller, intends to apply for
pormisslon 11 purcba«. hi lollosving do'
orlbod binds: Commonoing ut u post plant.
ed I miles north Irom a point on tho llulf-
svuy river nboul 21 miles down stream Ooni
lhe moutli ol Cypress Creek, thence soutli
Nn ehnins; tlicnce easl Hn chains; thenee
nortii Hu clmins; thenee west Hu chains lo
point of oommonoomont, containing 1140 acres
mo!" or less. PERT N.  FRANK.
October  4,   I'.Hu. James   I'ettry,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Districl ol PeKOn River.
TAKE notice thnl John lloslge, ol Los
Angeles, Cnl., plumber, iutenils tn upply tor
permission lo nui-chnso lhe following shs-
eriiied lands: Commonoing nt n post plnnled 4 miles north Irom n point on the Ilnll-
wny river nboul 21 milea dosvn stream from
the mouth of Cvpress Creek, thence norlh
80 chnlna: thence svest Nil elmins; thence
south Hii chains: thence ensl Hu chains to
poinl of commencement, containing 640
ncrea more or leas. JollN   HODGE.
Ootobor  4,   I'.Hu. Jaiues   I'ettry,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol ILaye River.
TIKE notice that Bill Snell. ol Hamilton
Texas, rancher, intends to apply lor permission to purchase the lollowing described
nnds: Commencing at a poal plauted 12
miles norlh Irom a polnl. on the liallsviy
riser nbout 12 miles down atremn Irom the
inoiith of Cypresa Creek, thenci! nortli Hu
chains; thence weal HU ehnins: tlicnce soutli
Hu chains: Ihenee east HU chains lo point
of commencement, contnining 640 ncrea
more or less. BILL SNELL.
October  it.   I'.Hu. Jnmca   Peltry,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ot Pence River.
TAKE notice that George llalton ol St»'W-
nrl, B.C. prospector, intends to npply (or
permission to purchase lhe following described lnnds: Commonoing at a post planted 7 miles north from u point on lho
llnlfsvuy River ubo"t 3G miles down streiini
from the mouth of Cypresa Creek, thenee
north   80   clmins:     thence   west   hu    chains ;
thence    south  80  ohnlns:     them nst    SI)
chains  to  point   of oommoncement,  contnining G40 ncres more or less,
GEORI IE   IIATTON.
Sept.  24.   1910. Jmnes   Pctlry,  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence Riser.
TAKE notice that Francis Wulker ol Vnncouvor, B.C., laborer, Intends to apply (or
Iiermission to purohnse the following described Innda: Commencing nt a post planted 1.1 miles nortli (rom a point on the
llnlfwnv River about 38 mile..: dosvn stream
from the mouth of Cypress Creek, thence
south 80 Ohnlns: thenee west 80 chuins ;
llience north 80 clinins: thenee eust 80
chains to poinl of commencement, contnining G40 ncres more or less.
FRANCIS  WALKER.
Sept.   23,   1910. James   Peltry,    agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl ol Pence River,
TAKE notice thnl Joseph Kelly, nf Vancouver, ll.C. laborer, intends to ' apply for
permission to oiirrlmsc the lollosving described lnnds: Commonoing ut a post plnnted 11 miles north Irom a point on the Halfway River, about 38 mllea down atrenni
from the mouth of Cypress Creek, theece
south 80 cliainii; thenco oast 80 chuins ;
thenoo nortii 80 ehnins; Ihcnce west HU
chains to point, nf oommonoomont, containing leln acres more or leaa.
JOSEPH  KELLY.
Sept.  23,   lllln. Jamea   peltry,  agent
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
li'airlei   of   Peaoe   River.
TAKE   nolice   Hint    Clurn    Kelly,   ol    Vull-
ciuver, ll.C, mnrriod woman, Intends to npply lor iierniissioii to iiurrhnnc the [ollowlng deaerilieil bunla: Commencing at it post
"lunled II milea north of ., )ir>|tit on the
llnlfsvay River, nboul 38 miles down atremn
Irom the moulh of Cvnress creels, th"iice
north 80 chain".. llience ivst 80 chuins :
Ihenee south 80 clinins: thonoe svcsl 811
chains to the nolnl of commencement, eon-
mining G40 ucres .more or lesa,
CUR.   KELLY.
Sepl.   23.   1910. .Inuii".   Pottry,   ngnnl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKR nolice thnt William Johu Abel. 01
Vancouver, B.C., nooonntant, Iniends to apply for permlBBlon lo purchase the lollosving described lunds: Commenolng nl a post
planted 4 milea north Irom u point on the
llullsvny River und aboul 40 miles down
slrcnm Irom the moulh ol Cypress Creek,
thenee north 80 chnlna: thence east 811
chnlna: thenoo south 80 chuins; thence weal
80 ehnins to point ut commencement, containing  ti-il) acres  more  or leaa.
WILLIAM   JOHN   ABEL.
Sept.  2(i.   1910. Jnmes  Peltry,  ugent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol  I'eaee  River.
TAKE  nolice  thnl  Percy Shoager of Vancouver,   ll.C,   broker,   intends   lo  npply    for
Iiermission  to  purchase  the following    di_-
orlbod lands:    Commonoing at a post plained 4 miles nortli Irom a  point on the Ilulfway River, nbout 40 miles down atrenni from
the   mouth   of   Cypress   Creek,   thence   north
80   chaina;   thoneo   west   80   clmins ;    tnence
Bouth  Hu ehuiiia ;  thence eust HO ehnins   to
point   ot   commenoomont,     containing   1140
acres more or leas.        PERCY SIIOAGER.
Sepl,  26,   11U1L James  Paltry, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot ol  Peace  River.
TAKE notice lhat Harold Pcteraou. ol
Prince Rupert, ||,C, laborer, InleudB to apply lor pormlaslon to purohaso the lollowing descriiicd lands! Commencing at a pos'
plantod 10 milea nurth Irom a point on tin'
Halfway River about 40 miles down stream
Irom the moutli o( Cypress Crook, thence
north 8» ehnins ; thenoo enst 30 chains:
thenci! soutli Hu chaina : tinmen west HU
chains to point of commencement, contain'
ing G40 ncres more or loss. ,
HAROLD   PETERSON.
Sept.  23.  1910. Jnmes  Pettry,  agent
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT.
District   of   Peace   River.
TAKE notiee that George Skinner ot Vnncouver, B.C., lisli curer, Intends to upi'lV
for per'iiiasioii to purchase the followiiu.'
d'serlbeil lnnds: Coiiinieiiclng nt a post
plnntod III miles nortli Irom n point on the
llnlfwiv River about 40 mllea down stream
Irom the moulh of CvproBs Creek, thence
south 80 eli'iimi: thonco enst 80 clinins.
thence norlh 80 cIiuIiib; thence west 80
chaina to point ol eonimeiicenietit, oontalnlng G40  iicren  more or leas.
GEOROF,  SKINNER.
■Sepi. 23, 11110. Jnmos Pettry, agent
First i.ii.erilun of notices on Ibis page Nov. 19.
. .
Ik.  ■  -*- December 17. 1910.
FORT GEORGE HERALD
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District s.l Peace River.
TAKE      notice     that   Edward   Dislajo,    ol
Priiic,.  Rupcrl.   B.C.,  laborer,   Intends  to apply  lor permission  lu  purchnse the  lollow-
ing described binds:    Commencing at n poBt
plauted  9  miles  norlh  from  is  point  on the
Hnllway  River about 36  miles down stream
from   tint  mouth  ol   Cypress   Creek,     llience
i south   80  ehnins:     thenee  enBt   80    ehnins ;
■ thence   north   80   chains;     thence    weBt    80
'chains to point ot  oommenoement, cont-iui-
; ing 640'' acreB more or leas.
v'Sept. 24,  1910.
EDWARD  DAI.SJO.
Jnmes  Pettry,  agent
D PEACE' RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ot Pence 'liver.
. STAKE   notice   thnt   Eli.abeth   Mcl'hec,    ol
'.•friliec   Rupert,   B.C.   bind   lusly,   inlensls    to
jKppiy for permission to  purcliase  the lollow-
^Uig  described  lands:    Commencing  nl  a post
plumed 9 miles  nortli  Irom is  point on  the
inllwny  River about 30 miles down stream
1 Irom   the   moutli  ol   Cypress   Creek,     theuce
north   80   chnlna:   tlicnce   cast    80    ohalns ;
thence  south   80   chuins;     thence    wcsl     o.
chains  to  point  ol  commencement,  contnining 640 acres more or Icsb.
B ELIZABETH   McPHEE.
Sepl.  24,  1910. James   Pctlry.  ugent
I'EACE RIVER 'i.AND DISTRICT
District ol Pence Itiver.
TAKE   notice   thnt     William   Preston,    of
North   Vancouver,   B.C.,   carpenter,    Intonds
to apply  for pormiBsion to purchnse the [ollowlng described Innda:    Commencing   at   a
post   planled   9  miles   north   from    a    point
on  the  Hallway  River about _b miles down
Btrsain    Irons   Hie  moutli   of   Cypresa  Clerk,
thence   aouth   hii   chnlna ;    llience    west    Hu
chalua-   thence  north  80  ohalns;   tlicnce  enst
SO  chains  to  poinl  ol  commencement,    con-
nslninir 640 ncres  more or less,
laming u.u WILLIAM  PRESTON.
Sept. 24. 1910 Jnmes Pettry,  agent
' PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notico that Samuel Sudmln, of
Vnncouver, B.C., clerk. Intends to upply for
permission to purohnse tho following described lands: Commencing at a post plained 10 miles nortli from a point on the
Hallway River about 40 mllea down strenm
Horn mouth ol Cypress Creek, thence south
X0 chains- thenco west 80 chains: llience
north on chains ; thenco easl 80 chains to
uoint ol commencement, containing 040
£. e, more or Icbs. SAMUEL SliDMIN.
Sept. 23.   1910. James   Peltry,  agenl
PKACK RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot ol Pence River.
TAKK notice that Anderson Nilson, ol
Nortli Vancouver, B.C., lemuatcr. Iniends to
nnpiy for permission to purchase tho lolloping described lauds: Commenolng at a
iKist planted 8 miles north Irons is point
on the Hnllway River nbout 34 miles down
stream from the moutli ol Cypress Creek,
thenco soulh 80 chains: thence east 80
chains: thence north 80 chailis: thenoe west
80 chains lo point of commencement, containing  640 ncres  more or less.
ANDERSON   NILSON.
Sept. 24.  1910. Jnmos  Petuy.  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notice that James Alexander Gill,
o! North Vnncouver. B.C., painter. Intends
to apply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described InndB; Commencing at a
poBt planted 8 miles nortii from a point
on the Hnllway River about 34 miles down
strenm trom the mouth ol Cypress Creek,
thence north 8U ohnlns; thenoe east bu
chainB; thence south 80 clinins; theuce west
80 chains to poinl ol commencement, containing 640 acres morc or less.
JAMES ALEXANDER GILL.
Sepl. 24,   1910. James  Pettry. agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peaoe lllver.
TAKK notice that Olaf Svenson. of Now
Westminster, B.C.. carpenter, inieiuls to npply (orpermiflslon to purchase the (ollowing described InndB: Commencing at a poat
planted 9 miles north Irom a point on tho
Hallway River about 3G iiiIIcb down Btroam
Irom tiie moutli ol Cypress Creek, thence
north 80 chuins: thence west HO chuins;
thenco south 80 chaltiB: thence oubi 8si
chaina to point of commencoment, containing G40 aorefl more or less.
OLAF  SVENSON.
Sept.  24.  1910. Jnmes  Peltry,  agent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
District of  Pence  River.
TAKE  notice   thai   Olaf   Sviiate   Svenson.
oi Vancouver, B.C.  painter, iniends to   npply  for  permlBBlon   lo   purchnse   the   lollow
ing described  bsnsls:    Commencing  at   a post
planted V milea  nurth  Irom  a  polnl on   lhe
Hallway Riser about 3G  mllea  down stream
from  the  mouth   ol   Cypreas   Creek,     thenco
suulh  80 ekuins;      llience  east   80   chains ;
thence   norlh   80   chnlna:     thence    west    80
chains  lo  point  ol  commencement,  contain
ing  G40 acres mure  or less.
OLAF  SVANTF.  SVENSON,
Sepl.  24, James  Pettry,  agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dlslriel ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that George Hartley, ot
Nortli Vancouver, B.C., printer. Intends to
apply Ior permission to purchase tlle following described lands: Commenolng nl n post
planted 8 miles nurth (rom a point on the
Hallwuy Riser about 34 miles slowu atrenni
from lhe moutli ol Cypress Creek. Ihcnce
north 80 chains; thence west 80 chains ;
tlicnce south ho chains: theuce ensl 80
chains to point of commencement, containing G40 acres more or less.
GEORGE   HARTLEY.
SlT'    14.   bill. Juines   Peltry,  ugent
I'EACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot s.l Pence River.
TAKE notice tlmi Allied J. I.uinlin. ol
r.isgle Harbor, canncryiiiaii. intoiisls to ap-
pit lor permission to purchase the (ollowing desoribed lands: Commonoing at a post
planted 8 miles north (rom is point on the
Hnllway River nbout 34 miles dosvn stream
Irom thu mouth ol Cypress Creek. thence
south 80 chislnB: thence svest 80 ehnins :
thenci. north 80 chains; thence east Hit
chains to point ol commencement, eont'iiii-
Ing G40 acres more or less.
ALFRED   J.   Lt'NDIN.
S'-I'l.  24,  lalO. James   Peltry,   ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
DiBtrlct of I'enee River.
TAKE notice that Gordon Peeke ot Vnncouver. II.C, real estate ugent. IntendB tn
apply for permission to purchnse the following described lands: Commencing at n
Post iilanted seven miles' north irom a
.pint on tn,. Hnlfwny River about thirty-
»l* mlleB down stream trom the mouth ol
Cypress Creek, thence, north 80 chains ;
thenoe enst 80 chains; thonco south 80
'•hams; thenoe weBt 80 chnlna to point ot
roiuiiiciiccment, oontninlng G40 ucres more
°r 1'-»b. GORDON   PEEKE.
Sepi, 24. 1910. Jamea Pettrv, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Pence River.
TAKR nolice that Anders Frlthlol Hull ot
Vancouver, B.C., salesman, Intonds to nfply
'or permission to purchase the lollowing described binds: Commencing at u post plant-
I'd 10 miles north irom u point on the
Inllwny River about 40 mllea dosvn slrcnm
uoni the month ol ('vin-esa Creek, Ihenee
north 80 ehnins: thenoo west 80 ehnins ;
ihi'iiee Boiiili 80 ehnliiB; thence enst ho
I ii,,10 |,0'"t °' coiniiienciiineiil, oontnln-
"ig 640 ncres more or lesa.
ANDERS FRITIIIOL HULL.
I'.HU. Jamea   Pettrv,   ngent
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
District s.l Pcaoo Rllvcr.
TAKE notice thut John Vlckcrs ol Vancouver, B.C. iimrlner. Intonds to upply lor
permission to purchase ine lollowing described innda: Commencing at a post planted 12 tallica north Irom u point on * the
Hnllway River nbout 40 mileB slown stream
iroin tlic moutli ol CypresB Creek. llience
Boulh 80 clmins; thenee west 80 chains ;
thenoe north 80 chains; thence cast 8u
chains io point ol oommenoement, contnining 040 ucres more or less.
JOHN   VICKERS.
Sept.  23,  1910. James  Pctlry,  agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace Rii'cr.
TAKE notice Hint Victor Johneox, ot
Vancouver. ll.C. fish iiieruhuut. intends to
apply Ior pormisslon lo purchase the lollowing dosorlbed.lnnds: Conimencing at a post
planted 12 miles north Irom u point on
the Hnllway River, about 40 sniles down
stream Irom the moulh ol Cypress Creek,
thence south 80 chains: thence enst 80
chuins; thence north 80 clinins ; thence west
_0 chains to point of oommenoement, containing 040 acres  more or less.
VICTOR  JOHNCOX.
Sept.   23.   1910. James   Pettry.   agenl
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
DiBtrlct of Pence River.
TAKE notice Hint Henry Willinm Wulileii,
of Vnncouver, ll.C, contractor, intonds lo
npply for permission to purohaso the following desoribed iniids: Commenolng .-.st a post
planled twelve mllea north Iroin a poiut
on tin: Hnlfwny River aboul 40 miles down
stream Irom the moulh ol Cypress Creek,
thence north 80 chains ; llience eual hu
ohalns: llience aouth 80 chains; thenee west
80 chains to poinl of oommoncement, continuing G40 ucres moro or less.
HENRY   WILLIAM   WAI.DEN.
Sept.   23.   1910. Juines   i'ettry,   ugent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
TAKE nolice Hint Willinm Smith ot Vnncouver, B.C, painter, intends to npply (or
permission to purchase tiie following das'
cribed landB! Commencing at a post planted 13 milea norlh Irom a polnl ou tho
Hallway River, about 38 milea slown Btroam
trom the mouth ot Cypress creek, thonoe
nortii 80 chains: llience east bO chains ;
thence aouth 80 chains: theuce west o.
chains io poinl of commencement, eontaining G40 ucres  more or leas.
WILLIAM   SMITH.
Sept.   23,   1910. James   Peltry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRIOT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE nolice that Willi.im Johneo.v. ol
Vancouver, B.s'., lish merchuut, Intends to
upply lor permission to purchase the following desoribed lauds: Commencing nt n
post planted 12 miles norlh from a point
on tiie Hallway Riser about 40 miles dosvn
stream from the moulh ol Cypresa Creek,
thence  t 'eiice    west    .
chains: thenoe south 80 chalua; thenee eaal
80 chains to point of commencement, containing G40 acres morc or lesa.
WILLIAM   JOHNCOX.
Sept.   23,   1910. James   I'ettry.   agent
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
District ol Pence Riser.
TAKE notice that Frederick Jensen, ol
Vancouver, fisherman, iniends to apply lor'
permission to purchase the following des-
i-ribcd landa: Commencing at a poal planted
13 miles nortli Irom a point on lhe Halfway River, alioul 38 miles down stream
from Hie moulh ot Cypress Creek, ihcnce
Boulh 80 chaius; llience enst (80 chains ;
thence nortii 80 chains: Ihcnce west 80
chainB to point of commencement, containing G40 acrea more or leaa.
FREDERICK  JENSEN.
Sept.   23.   1910. JumcB   Pctlry.    ngent
I'EACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that John illisa Carlisle, ol
Vancouver, B.C.. laborer, intends to iipi.lv
lor permission to purchnse the following (Irs-
cribed binds: Commencing at a posi planted thirteen mill's nurth trom n point on
the Hnllway River, nliout :IH miles slown
streasn from the mouth of Cypreas Creek,
thence north hii chnlna : thence west Hn
chains; thence south 80 ehnins; thence enst
80 ohalna to point ol commencement, contnining G40 acres  more  or less.
JOHN   i" ''      """.ISLE.
Sept.   23.   1910. James   I'ettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER i AND "ISTR1CT
District ol Peace River.
TIKE notice that Morris Henry Starling,
ol Vancouver, B.C. clerk, intends to apply
Ior permisaion tn purchase the lollowing described lands: Commenolng at a post plained 7 miles north from n point on the Hall
way River, aboul 38 miles, down atremn
troin the nioiitli of Cypress Creek, thence
north 80 chains: tlicnce east 80 chains ;
thence south 80 chuins: Ihenee west 80
chains to point of oommonoomont, containing  -40 acres more or lesa.
MORRIS  HENRY  STARLING.
Sept.   22.   1910. Jatiies   Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol l'l-isci; River.
TAKE noils'" thai Charles Wood ol Vancouver, B.C., waiter, lateiidu tu apply for
permission lo puri'liuae the following disrobed lunils: Commencing al a poal planted tsvo miles north Irom a point on tno
Hallway River about 34 hides down stream
iroin the mouth uf Cypress Creek, Hence
south 80 chains; thence west 80 ohalns ;
thence north 80 clinins; thenee enst 80
ehnins to point ol commencement, und containing 640 ucres more or less.
CHARLES WOOD
Sept.   21,   1910. .'nines   I'.tl'y,   ngent
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
 BlStl'lCt   -Of    IViiC.i-   RiVec
TAKE  notice  that   Gust  Salti'l'son  of Vnn-
coiisiii-,   B.C.,  seaman,   intonds  to  app') lor
permission lo purohaso the lollosving des-
criiiod lands: Commencing ,.t a post planted  two   miles  north   from   .;  point  on    -.ho
Halfway Itiver, about 111 miles dosvn
stream from the mouth ol Cypress Cieck,
thenco south 80 chains: iiiencc ensl 80
chains; tlicnce nortli 80 chains; thenee west
80 chains to the point ol comm icemen.,
and contnining G40 acres more ,.r :,,,s.
OUST H'vKRISON.
Sept.   21.   1910. Jiimea   i'ciii-y,   agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND TiTsTRICT
District of Pence River.
TAKE notice lhat John King, of Vr.Mou-
Ver, B.C., Ilsliermun, intends to :,: | iy Ior
permission to purohaso the lollowing described lauds: Commencing nt a post planted 2 mileB narlh Irom a point on the Halt-
way River, nbout 34 miles t'own Bticam
Irom the moulh ol Cypress Creek, Ihcnce
north 80 chuins; thence ssest 80 chuins ;
llience aouth 80 chuins: thenco cast .0
chains to point ol commencement, contnining G40 ncrse  more  or less.
JOHN   KING'.
Sept.   21,   1910. James   I'ettry,   ngent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of I'eaee River.
TAKE notii'e thut Jnmes II, Pearson, ol
Vnncouver, B.C., painter, Intends lo upply
for permission to purchnse tho following
described ~ lunsla: Commencing al a post
planted two miles north from a point on
the Hnlfwny River, nbout 34 miles oown
stream trom the moutli oi Cypresa Creek,
llience noTth 80 chains: thence ensl 8.
chums: tlieucs- south 80 chuins; thenoo svest
80 ehnins to poinl ol oommoncement, eontaining G40 acres  morc or less.
JAMES  .i.   PEARS IN.
Sept.   21.   1910. .lames   Pettry,   p.gcnt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
' District of Pence River.
TAKE notice thut Hector Donald Murray
ol Vancouver. B.C., steward, intends lo apply for permission to purchnse lhe following dcscribesl iniisls: Commencing at a post
planted (our miles north from a poinl on
the Hallway River, about 34 miles slown
strenm from th'1 month of Cypress Creek,
thence south 80 chains: thence west 80
chains: thence north 80 ehnins; tlicnce Oast
80 ehnins to point of commencement, containing 640 acres  more or leas.
HECTOR   DONALD   MURRW.
Sept. 21,   1910. Jamea  Pettry.  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notiee that Berlmrd Anderson, ol
Vancouver. B.C.. seaman, intends to i pply
(or permission to purohaso lhe following
described lunds: Commencing at a unat
piunted lour tulles north o( a point on the
Hnllway River, about 34 miles down stream
Irom the mouth ol Cypress Creek, thence
h   80  ohni"R:   thenee  ensl   80     chains:
Hll
con-
iilS.Rl.T
River.
May   Johnson,   ol
woman,  Intends lu
lol-
PE.U'E RIVF.R LAND
District  of   I'
TAKE notice  thut  Ella
Vancouver,  B.C.,  married
apply for permission to purcliase Hu
lowing  described   lands:    Commencing   _
poat planted on  tlic norlh  bank of the llalisvay   River,    aboul    34   miles  down   sticnm
from  the rnouth  ol Cypress  Creek,  and nt
the 6G-Mile  post on  tlle Royal   North West
Mounted    Polico    trull,      thence   north   80
chums:  theuce east  80 chains;   tlicnce south
to  the  river:   thence [ollowing  ihu  meandering  of  river  up   stream   to   point  ol    commencement,  containing  G40  acres  more   or
IMS.       ELLA   MAY   JOHNSON.
Sept.   21,   1910. James   Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot  ol  Pence   River.
TAKE notice  thut Alice Rood,  ol Vani'ou-
vor,  B.C., married woman,  intends to apply
for pormisslon lo purchnse the following described lands;     Commencing at a  post planted j miles nortii from a  point on the I Inllwny    River    about  38   miles   down    stream
from  thu  mouth  of Cvpress  Creek,     thenoo
norlh  80    chains;    thenee  west   80  ch.,ins ■
thonce    aouth   80  ehnins;     thence  eust    80
chuins to point ol commencement,   containing G40 acres more or less.
_    ,    „„ ALICE REED,
evept.   ii,   _„_i.l. Jnmes   Pctlry,   agent
thence    north  8'i chains ;    them
chninB  to the  point  of commencement
talnlng 640 ncres more or less.
BERi'APli  ."TiPftSO...
Sept.  21.  1910. James   Pettry.  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notiee thnt Robert Gray, ol Vnncouver, B.C., waiter, intends lo apply (or
permission to purohase lhe following described lands: Commencing at tl poat plant
ed four mllea north of a ooint on the llalfsvny River, nbout 34 milea down stream
Irom the mouth of Cypress Creek, theuce
norlh 80 chuins; thence east 80 chains :
thenee aouth 80 ohalns; thence west 80
ehnins to the point ol commencement, containing G40 acres more or less.
ROBERT GRAY.
Sept.  21,   1910. Jnmes  Peltry,   .cent
PEACE RIVER ' i-il "STRICT .
District of Peaoe Itiver.
TAKE notice that Pling W. McAllister, ot
Vancouver, B.C., waiter, intends to apply
tor permisaion to purchase the lollowing
described landa: Commencing ul a post
planted lour milea nortii Irom a point ou
th" Ilulfway River, about 34 miles down
stream irom the mouth of Cypress Creel;,
llience norlh 80 chains: thence west 80
chains : thenco south HU chains ; Ihcnce
east 80 chains lo point ol oommenooment,
containing G40 acres more ur has.
pling w. McAllister.
Sept.  21.   1910. James   I'ettry.   ngent
Sept, 28,
I'EACE RIVER ' AND mSTItlCT
District of Pence River.
TAKE notice thnt .leasie Murrnve Inglia
Ramsay, of Vanoouvor, fi.c, spinsier, Intends to npplv lor permission to purclinsc
lhe lollosving liescribed lands: Common sing
nt n post plnnted 7 miles norlh trom is
point on lhe Hnllway River about 38 miles
down    slrcnm  from   the  moulh   ol     Cypross
Ci k,   thence  norlh   80  chains;   llience    west
Hn ehnins; theuce aouth Hu chains : thenco
east 80 chains lo point ol oommenoement,
oontninlng 040 ncrea more or lesa.
JESSIE Ml RRAYE  INGI.IS  RAMSAY.
Sept.   22.   ....tl. James   I'ettry,   agent
PEACE RIVER  LAND  IHSTRICT
DiBlrlet   ol   I'enee  River.
TAKE notice Hint Georgian Claris, ol Vancouver. B.C.. mnrriod woman, inieiuls to apply lor permiaslon  to  purchase the  lollowing ilcserlbed lands:    Commencing at a post
planled  7   nslls's  norlh  Irom  a  point  on the
Hnllway   River about 38  miles down stream
Irom   the  moulh   of   Syprcas   Creek,    thonoe
south  80  chains:      thenee  svest   80    clinins :
thence north 80 chains: thonoo east 80 chuins
to point ol commencement,.containing    ._„
acres  more or less.     OKOlttilNA .('LARK.
Sept.   22.   1910. Juines   Pettry,   agent
PEACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
Dlslriel of Peace River.
TAKE nolice that Fanny Sl. John, of
Vancouver, B.C., married woman. Intonda to
upply lor pernilBsiou to purehnse the lollosving slescribed innda: Commenolng at n
post plnnted 7 miles north Irom 11 point
on the llnlfwnv River, nbout 38 miles dosvn
Strenm from the month ol Cypress Creek,
thence south 80 ehnins: tlicnce enst 80
chuins; tlicnce norlh 80 clinins: thence svi'st
80 ehnins to point ot commenoomont, contnining .,.„ acres more or Icbs.
FANNY  St.  JOHN.
Sept.   22,   1910. Jnmes   Pottry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District   n(   Pcaoo  River.
TAKE  notice  thut   .liilin  Kninp,  of  Vancouver,   B.C.,   a'pltiater,   intends  to  upply  for
pormisslon to purohnso the lollowing    dis-
cribed binds: Commencing ut ii poat plnnt
ed on the north allure ol llalisvay River,
n limit 34 mllea down alt-en lit Irom the
nioiitli ol Cypreas Crook,', null nl the 0(1-
Mile poat on the Koyul Nortii West Mounted Police trail, thenee north 80 chnlna :
thenee svesl 80 elinlns; thence Boulh to the
river: theuce following the men tillering ol
the river down Stream to point of eom-
uieiieetuent. containing 640 ncres more or
less.   '    , JULIA   KAMI'.
Sepl.   21'.   1910. Jnmes   Pcftry,   agent
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
District  of  Pence  River.
TAKE    notice    Hint   Hugh  McDonald,    ol
Vancouver,   B.C.,   miner,   intends   lo     a.l'ly
lor permission    to    purclinsc tho lo'iuwlng
described  lands:    Commencing a:
plantod  lour  miles  nortli   ir s n   a
the  llnlfsvay   river,   nbout   :iii    m
strenin   trom   lhe    nou h   ol  Cypress    I re
thence   Soutli   80   •■huin.l:   thenci    vest
clinins:  thence  nortii  Hn ehnins;   llience ci
80 ohalna is. poim  of ■ i-uni ■ iiYinont,   c<
mining G40 ad'es i tore or  ess,
HUGH   E.   Mil r'.M.D
Plist
t  on
loss 11
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRIOT
Dislrict   ol   Pence  River.
Sept.  21,  1910. • uiins   Pctlry,  ngent
TAKE notice lhat Bert L. Cooper ol Vnncouver, intends to npply lor permission to
purchiise the lollosvitig; (lest "hell lnnds 1
Commencing at is posi | hinted ; ..ir miles
north trom u point on the llalisvay River,
about 3G miles slosvu stream Loin the
mouth ol Cypress Creek, thence -until 80
clinins: thence east 80 enains; llience north
80 elialtifl ;  thence west Hii ohalns   to  point
ol    commencement,    cont'd     •-•tl)  ones
more or lesa. BERT L. COOPER.
Sept. 21, 1910. James limy,   ngent
PEACE RIVF.R I.AND DISTRICI'
District sif Pence River.
TAKE nolice thnl George E. McAllister.
ol Vanoouver, R.C., insurance agent, Intonda to applv lor iiermission io purchase
the lollowing dosorlbed lnnds: Commonoing
ut a post plnnted lour miles nortli ol a
point on the Hnltsvuy River nbout 3(i miles
down strenm Irom the mouth ol ''ypress
Crock, thence north 80 ohaltlBI thence west
80 chains: tlicnce soulh 80 chains; Hence
enst 80 clinins lo point ol commencement,
containing G40 ncres more or  less.
george e. McAllister.
Sept.   21,   19111. Jnmes   Pettry,   ngent
PEACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict   ol   I'e.'ice  Riser.
TAKE notice thnl  t'hurlcs Bell  Buddie, ol
Vancouver.  B.C.  solicitor,  Intonds to   np-
ply  lor permission  to  purchase lhe   follow
Ing described  lnnds:   Coiiinieiiclng nt. a  post
planled 4 miles  norlh  Irom u  poinl   on   tho
Hnllsviiy   River,  about   'Ab  miles   down    lie
stream  (rom   the  moulh ot   Cypress   ( reek.
(hence  norlh  80  chains;   then mt     80
chuins; tlicnce south 80 ehnins: Ihenee wist
80 eliains to point ol oommonoement, contnining G4I) acrea morc or leas.
CHARLES   BELL   DPDDI.r..
He|)l,   21.   1910 ■,"1"''   H'ttry,   ■" It
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot of Pence River.
TAKE notice thut George llrooks, ol Vnncouver, ii.c, marinor, intends to apply (or
permission to purchnse the (ollowlng dis-
crilied lunds: Commonoing at a poat pb nt-
ed 5 miles north from a point on lhe Hallway River, about 38 miles down stream
from lhe mouth ol Cypress Creek, thonco
south 80 chains: tlicnce east 80 chains ■
Ihcnce north SO ohalns; thence west 80
chains to poinl of commencement, containing G40 ucres more or less.
GEORGE   BROOKS.
Sept.   22,   1910. Juines   Peltry,   agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of Peaco River.
TAKE notice that Ruby Lnwrcnce ot Vnncouver, B.C., spinster, Iniends to upply for
permission to purchnse the following described lands: Coiiinieiiclng ut a post planted 8 milea norlh irom a point on the Hallway Riser anil about 40 milea down stream
Irom the mouth ol Cvpresa Creek, thence
80 oliains: tlicnce svest 80 chains' :
nortii 80 clmins: thence cubI 80
lo point ol commencement,   contain-
thonoo
chuins
ing (140 acres more
Sept.   2G.   1910.
RI'BV
J allies
LAWRENCE,
Pettry,   agent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Peace River.
TAKE notiee 'that Elvin Edwards ol Vnn-
eousir, H.C, cook, IntendB to apply for
permission to purchaso lhe following described lands: Commencing at a post piunted 5 milea north of n point on the Hail-
way River about 38 milea down stream from
the moutii of Cypress Creek, thenco north 80
chaina; thence cast 80 chains: thence south
80 chnlna; thence svest 80 chains to point
ol commenoomont, containing 640 acres
more or less. ELVIN   EDWARDS.
Sept,   22,   1910. James   Pettry,   ngent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice Hint Ada Elizabeth Clayton,
ol Vancouver, B.C, married svoman. Intends
to apply for permission to purchase the following described landa: Commencing nt n
uoat nlnnted 3 milea north ol .a post on
the Hallwuy River, nbout 38 miles dosvn
slreuin from the moulh ol Cypress Creek,
thence north 80 chaina: thence east 80
ehains; thence soulh 80 chains: thence west
80 chains to point ol commencement, contnining (I'M acres more or less.
ADA  ELIZABETH  CLAYTON.
Sept.   22.   lblO. James   Peltry,   ngent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
District ot Pence River.
TAKE notice Hint Robert Cash, ol Vancouver. B.C., barber, Intends lo apply for
permission to purcliase the following described lands: Commencing nt a poat planted 3 miles nortii of n point on the Hallway River and about 38 miles down atrenm
from the moutli of Cypress Creek, thence
nortli 80 ehnins: thence west 80 chains :
thence south 80 ehnins: thence enst 80
chains to point of commencement, containing G40 ncres more or lesa.
/ ROBERT CASH.
Sept.   22,   1910. James   Pettry.   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Jnmes Mnlieicy, of Vancouver, B.C., tobacconist, intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the following descriiicd lands: Commencing nt a post piunted 5 miles nortli (rom a point on the Halfway River, nud about 38 miles slown stream
from the moulh ol Cypress Creek, thenee
south 80 chains: Ihcnce west 80 ehnins :
thence nortli 80 chains; thence enst 80
commencement,  roni'iiu-
eliuins   lo   point   of
ing 040 ucres more
Sopt.  22.   1H10.
or less.
JAMES
Jnmes
iAIALICICY.
Pottry,  agent
n(
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Pence Riser.
TAKE notice thnl Alfred John Phillii
Vnncouver. B.C, bar tender, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing nt n post
plnnted 11 miles nortli from n point on the
Halfway River, nboul 3(i miles down atrenni
Irom the mouth ol Cypross Creek, ihcnce
south 80 chaina: tin nee cist 80 chains:
thenee norlh 80 clmins: thenee svest 80
eliuins to point ol commencement, contain
ing G41) ncres, more or less.
ALFRED   liU'N   -""1 l.II'S
Sepi.   21,  1910. Juines   Pctlry,   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District  ol  Peace   River.
TAKE notice Hint  Ester  Newlnnd. ol Vnncouvor,   spinster,   inieiuls   to   npply   for  permission  to  purchase the following   described
lnnds:     Commencing ut   n  post   plnnted    i
miles  north  trom  a  point  on   the   Hnlfwny
River, nbout 3G miles dosvn stream from the
moulh   ot   Cypress   Creek,   thenee   north    So
eliuins:  thenee ensl   bv. chaius:   them.'   south
80 ehnins:   thenco   west   80 chains (o polnl.
ol    commoncemont.    coutnining    040     ceres
more or less. ESTER   NEWLAND.
Sept.   21,   1910. Jnmca   Pettry.   agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
llislrlcl of Peace River.
TAKE notice thnt Edward Clayton, ol
Vancouver. II.C. gentleman, intends to apply lor permiaslon to purchase the lollowing described binds: Commenolng ut n poat
plnntod 11 miles nortii trom a point on the
Halfway Itiver. about 36 miles dosvn atremn
from the mouth of Cypreas Creels, thenee
north 80 clinins: tlicnce west 80 chains:
thence aouth 80 chaina: thence enst 80
■'liniiia to point ol oommenoement, containing (140 acres more or leaa.
EDWARD CLAYTON.
Sepl. 21,   I'.HU. James  I'ettry. ngent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dial rid   ol   i'enee   River.
TAKE   notice   thnl   Annie   S.   Elliott,    ol
Vnncouvor,   B.C.,  Btonogrnpher,   Inieiuls   to
apply for permission lo purchnse the lollosving deseribed lands:    Commenolng nt u | ost
plantod    11   miles   north   from   n   point   ou
the   llullsvny    River,    nnd     nliout  30  mllea
dossil   al renin   from   the   mouth   of     Cypress
Creels,  thence  aouth  80 ehnins:   thence   west
80  clinins;   llience  north   80  chains:     thence
cast    80 chaina  tn  ihe  point  ol  commencement, oontninlng  G41I noma  more  or less.
ANNIE  S.   ELLIOTT.
Sipt.   21,   l.illl .l.imi":   Peltry,   'igenl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice lhat Virgin lliichiinan, ot
Vnncouvor, ll.C, hotel clerk, intends to apply lor permission to purohaao the lollowing dosorlbed landa: Commencing ut a poBt
planted two milea nortli from a point ou
the Ilulfway River, nliout 36 miles down
atrenni from the mouth ol Cypress Creek,
thenci: north HU chains ; thence east 80
chains; llience south 80 chains; thence west
80 clinins to point of commencement, con.
taining G40 ncres more or lesa.
VIRGIN   IIUCHANAN.
Sept.   21.   1910. James   Pettry,   ugent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Jlistriet of Pence River.
TAKE nolice that Viola A. Cameron, of
Vancouver, B.C, stenographer, intends to
apply Ior permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a
post planted iwo milea north ol a poiat on
the Hallway River, about 36 miles down
stream from the moulh of Cypress Creek,
thenci: north 80 chainB; thenco west 80
chains; thence south 80 chuins; thenoo east
80 chains; to point of commencement, containing 640 ucres more or less.
VIOLA   A.   CAMERON.
Sept.   21.   1910. Jnmes   Pettry.   agent
PEAOE RIVER L.ANI) DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notice thnt Gerard Luckyer Rctta,
ot Vancouver, B.C., civil engineer, intends
to apply Ior permission to purchnse the (ollowing described landa: Commencing at a
post planled Mil miles south oust ol the
moutli ol Cypress ('reek and about 4 miles
north ol llnlfsvay Riser and 4 miles north
ol Mile l'ost TU on the Police Trail, thence
north 80 ehnins; thence west 80 chaias ;
thence south 81) chains; thence east 80
chains to poinl ot commencement, and containing 040 ucres  more or less.
GERARD fLUCKYER BETTS
Sept.  22,   1910. Frank  Watson, agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notico thut John Vandersten, of
Vancouver, B.C., stone niuaon, intends to ap-
ply tor permissipn to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing nt u post
plnnled :1U miles soutli cast ol the mouth
of Cypress Creek on the nortli bank of the
llnlfsvay River opposite Mile Post 70 on
the Police Trnil. theuce north 80 chains ;
tlicnce svesl 80 chains: thence south 80
chains; tlicnce cist 80 chains to point ot
lommeiicemeiit and containing 040 acres
more or  less. JOHN   VANDERSTEN.
Sept.  21,   I'.HU. Frank  Watson,  agent
I'EACE RIVER LAM) DISTRICT
liistrict of Pence River.
TAKE notice Hint William Saalord Waln-
wright, of Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends to upply for permission to purchuse
tiie following described lnsids: Commencing
at a poat planted :lu miles south east of
the moutli of Cypress Creek and 4 miles
north of Ilulfway River nnd 4 miles north
of Mile Poat 70 on the Police Trail, thence
nortii 8U chaina: llience east hsi chains ;
llience soulh 80 chains: thence west SO
chaiiin to point ol commencement, nnd containing bin acres more or less.
WILLIAM  SANFORD  WAINWRIGHT.
Sept.  22,   Hllii. Frank  Watsoa, agent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
District ot Peace River.
TAKE notice thnt Cornl Kinghorn ol Vancouver. B.C, married womaa, intends to apply (or permission to purchase tho following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 28 miles aouth east of the mouth
ot Cypress Creek and one mile north of
Mile Post 72, and two miles north of Halfway Kiver, thence north 80 chains ; thence
west 80 chains; thence south 80 chains :
thence enst 80 chaias to point to point of
commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less. CORAL KINGHORN.
Sept. 22,  1910, Frank WatBon, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Maud Marie Boyer, ot
Vancouver, B.C., married woman, IntendB to
apply Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 28 miles south east ol the mouth
ol Cyprass Creek nnd :l miles north ot Milo
Post 72l, Police Trnil, und 4 miles uorth ol
Halfway River, thence south 80 chains ;
thence east 80 chains: thence north 80
chains; thence west 80 chaias to point of
commencement, and containing 640 ecres
more or less.
MAUD  MARIE BOYER.
Sept. 23,  1910. Frank Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice thnt  Jean Louise Lawson of
Vancouver, B.C.,  spinster,  intends to   apply
Ior permission to purchnse the following described lands:   Commencing at a post planted 2S miles south east ol the mouth ol Cypress  Creek    and    A miles  north   ol   Mile
posi  72,   Polico  trail,  and four miles north
of  Halfway   Riser,   thence nortli  80 chains;
thence   easl    Mil   chains;       thence   south   80
chuins:  thence west  8(1 chains   to point   of
commencement    and    containing    b.u acres
more or less.        JEAN LOUISE LAWSON.
Sept.  23,   HUH. Frank Watsoa, agent
I'EACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
liistrict of Peaoe River.
TAKE notice thnt Mrs. Errol Chambers ot
Vancouver, H.C, married woman, intends to
upply for permission to purchase the lollowiag described lands: Commencing at a post
plnnted :« miles S E of the month of Cypress Creek and 2 ipiles north of Hallway
Kiver and IJ miles north of Mile post (IN,
Police trail, thence north 80 clinins; thence
enst 8u chains; thence south 80 chains;
thence ssest Nu clinins lo point ol commencement, nnd containing 040 ncrea more or less.
MRS.  ERROL CHAMBERS.
Sepl. 21,   i'.Hu. Frank  Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice thai Herbert W. Blygh, ol
Vancouver, B.C., real estate ugent, intends
to apply for permisaion lo purchase the lollosving described lands: Commencing nt _
post piunted 82 miles S E of the mouth ot
Cypress Creek, nnd 4 miles north ol Hallway
River mid di miles north of Milo post 68,
Police trnil. thence north 80 ehnins; thonco
west SU chaina; thence south 80 chains ;
thence eust 80 ehnins to point ,of commencement, nnd containing 040 ncres more or less.
HERBERT  W.  BLYGH.
Sept.  26,   1010, Frnnk Watson, ngent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE nolice that Annie McMillan, ol Vancouver, ll.C, married woman, intends to apply (or pormisslon to purchase the lollowing
described lands: Commencing at a post
planted 32 miles S E of the mouth of Cypress Creek, nnd 4 miles north of Halfway
River and :t! miles north of Mile post 68,
Police trail, tlicnce north 80 chains: thence
oust 8(1 chains: thence south 80 chains ;
thence ss'cst HO chains to point of commencement, und contnining 640 ncres more or less.
ANNIE MCMILLAN.
Sept. 26,  Itlln. _  Frank Watson, agent
"peace river-..and district"-
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice that F. E. Stevenson, ol
Vnncouver, B.C., steward, iniends to apply
for permission to purchnse the following described lunds: Commencing tit a post planted :iu miles S E of the mouth of Cypress
Creek und I miles south ol Hallwuy river,
and 4J miles south ol Mile post 70, thenco
south 811 chuins; thence east 80 clinins ;
thence north 8U chnina; thonco west 80
chnlna to point ot commencement, aad containing UUI acres more or less.
F.   E.   STEVENSON.
Sept.  27,   I'.llll. Frnnk  Wntson. agent
First Insertion of noticed on thin page Nov. 19. FORT GEORGE HERALD
December 17, 1910,
%
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notice that William Louis Klein ol
Vaacouver, B.C., l.illor, Intonda lu applj
lor permiaslon so purciuise the lollowing dcs-
iiilicsl IiuiUb: Coinni. ing al a post plumed -h miles Bouth east ul tho mouth ol
Cypr.-ss Creek and one utile north ol Mile
i.st ','i and i miles norlh ol llullw l.V III vol
theiice south 811 clinins: thenco east no
chains; thence north SO chains; thence svesl
hu chains 10 |..i in ol commencement, and
oonlillulng II4H acres more or less.
PEACE
Dii
■I'i'iy
RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
ul  Peace Riser.
TAKE nolice iliut  Mrs.  Molly  Andrews, ot
.uncuu ver,  B.C., married woman, Intends lo
nssiuii   to   purcliase  tho     fol
ni lands:   Commonoing   at   n
I miles .. _! . 1 the mouth of
on  south   bnnk   uf     lilisvny
Mile  post   'ill,    llience   solllil
ice   svest   80   eliuins,     Silence
> more or less to bank ol ri-
1 along rivi r bunk  '.o   point
ut. und containing fi-iO   acres
MRS.  Mill,,..   ANDREW'S.
descrlbi
.allied ;i
;   Creek
opposito
ins:     Hu
su chain:
Sept.
is. inn
Frnnk  Wntson,  ngent   Sept.
ul u.
Frnnk W'jtson, ngrtit   Sept.  22,   111 Hi.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol C.ice Riser.
TAKE noiice thai Jouu Hill, ol Vnncouvor, B.C., barber, Intends to upply tor permission to purchiiBe tlic lollowing described
lunds: Commencing ut n post planted 80
miles south eust of the mouth ol Cypress
Creek nud :l milea north ol llalfsvny River,
and :l milea north oi Mile Post It) on the
Police Trail, theuce soulh Nn chains; thenoe
west Nn clinins; thenee norlh 80 ohnlns;
theuce emst mi chains to point of commencement, nud containing U40 ucres more or
less, JOHN HILL.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Distriot oi Pence River.
TAKE notice thnt Maggie Slaven ol Vancouver, B.C.. dressmaker, intends to apply
lor permission t„ purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at n post planted 28 miles south cast oi the mouth of I y-
1,1-css Creek and ono milo nortli ol Mill Post
7" and 2 milis north ol Hallway Riser,
llience  south   80  chuins;      thonce    west    su
chains;   thonco  north   Nil chuins;   then ist
811  clmins   tu   point   ol  cuinmenccinenl,    and
containing (i-Hi acres more ur less.    	
MAGGIE SLAVEN.
Sent.  2H,   I'.Hu. Frank  Wntson.  agent
opposite Mil
chuins; thence
nii chaius mo
thenee   Cl
to  point
lilu  acre:
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Pence Rivi r.
TAKE notice that Olive Marie Franklin,
ol Vancouver, B.C., dressmaker, intends to
applv lor permission lo purcliase tin ollowing described lauds: Coiiinieiiclng nt a
post plained 28 miles BOlltll caul "I tho
mouth of Cypress Creek and one mils' north
of Mile l'osl 72, and two miles norlh of
Halfway River, llience north Mi ennuis ;
thence enst Nil chains: thenee south Ml
chains ; thence west 81) chains to point ol
commencement, and containing ii-,. .-errs
more or less.
OLIVE MARIE FRANKLIN.
Sept. 23,   linn. Frank  Watson,  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District   of   I'eaee  River.
TAKE notice  that  Robort Scott,  ol   Vancouver, B.C., salesman, intends to npply for
permission    to   purchase  she  following   descriiicd lunds:    Commenolng nt a  post  plnnled 30 miles south east ol the moulh ol CypresB Creek on  the north bnnk of tho Hallway  Riser opposite mile post  70   on     the
Polico Trail,  thonoe nortn  so chains:   thence
east  80  chuins;   thence  south  00  chains   to
the   bunk   ol   river:   thenee   ssest   Sn    chnina
ulong  north     bunk    in   point  ol  commence-
nielli,   containing  fiSII  acres  more  or  less.
HUBERT SCu'iT.
Sept.  21,   I'.Hu. Frank  Watson,   ugent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District oi I'eaee River.
TAKE notice that Alex. McConcll ol Vancouver, B.C., miiicr, iniends to apply for
permission to purchiise the lollowing described lands: Commeacing at a post plained 112 miles south eust ol the mouth ol Cypress Creek on the north bnnk of Halfway
River, 40 chains soulh oi Mile Post 08,
thence north 80 chains: llience west Nil
chains: llience south 311 chains: thence inst
su chains (ollowing bnnk o( river to point
of commencement, and containing li-lu acres
more or less. ALEX.   Mrt'iiNEI.L.
Sept. 21.   I'.Hu. Frnnk Wntson,  ..gent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ul Pence River.
TAKE nolice Hint Pougnll 11. McColl, ol
Vancouver, B.C., broker, intends to apply
Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post planted 32 miles south enst ol the moulh of Cypress Creek on the norlh bnnk ol Hnltway
River, lu chuins aoiitli of Mile posi lis,
thonco north 7n ehnins; tlicnce easl su
ohalns: theuce soulh su chains; ihenee .vest
80 cliaiiiB along the bank ul river lo poinl
of commencement, and containing li-iu ucres
more or less. DODOAI.L 11. McOOl.L.
Sept. 21,   I'.H'i. Frank Wntaon,  agent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
District ol I'enee River.
TAKE notiee that William John Metlre-
gory, of Vancouver, B.C., bookkeeper, intends to apply (or permission io purchnso
the lollosving described lnnds: Commencing
lit    a     post     planted  Oil    miles  S E ol  tlic
mouth ol Cypresa Ci Is .'ind 2 miles   south
ul Halfway River, and 21 miles sunth ol
Mile post 70, thenee norlh sii eliains; thence
east 80 chains: thenee south Sll chains :
thence west su chains lo point ol commence,
luent, and containing 1140 acres more or less.
WILLIAM   JOHN   McGREllllRV.
Sept. 20,   I'.Hu. Frank  W'ulsun,  agent
I'EACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
Districl  ol  Peace River.
TAKE  notice    lhat     Henry   Davidson,    ol
Vancouver,   B.C.,   steward,   intends  lo  upply
tor permission io purchase the lollowing described  lunds:    Commencing nt u post plum-
PF.ACF. RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notice thnt Stanley C. Miller, ol
Vancouver, ll.C, steward, iniends lo epply
for iiermission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing al a post planted :i'2 miles S E ul tiie iiiuutli ol Cypresa
Creek und 4 miles south of Hallway river
and 41 nines soutli ol Mile post us, thence
south   Su  chains:     llience  east   so   chaius ;
anil    IV   llll.es   solllil   ui   .,1
Boiitli   Su  chains:     thenci
thence   north     sn   chains
'  nomir.
ire or less.
TANI.EY  C.  MILLER.
Frank  Wntson.  ngent
thence   north     sn   chains:     thence   west
-'bains to point  of commencement and
taining 040 acres m	
S
Sept.  2'
I '.111
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District oi i'eaee Itiver.
TAKE noiice that William Fielding, ol
Vancouver, B.C., laborer, Intends to apply
!!■!■ permission lo purchase the following described lauds: Commencing at a post planted 32 iiiIIcb S F. ol lhe mouth ol Cypress
Creek and -I milea south ol Hnllway river,
und 4J miles south ol Mile posi lis, thence
suuth su chuins; thence west su clinins ;
thenco   north     sn   chuins;     tlicnce    east    Su
chains to point ol commoncemont,  and  i-
laining blu acres more or lesa.
WILLIAM   FIELDING.
Sept. 27,   I'.lln. Frank  Wnlson. agent
PEACE RIVER LAN'll DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice thnl Das id Smith, ol Vancouver, B.C., mariner, intends to apply tor
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing ut a post planted SB miles S E of tiie moutli oi i's'1'i'css
Creek, nnd 2 miles south ol Hallway river,
and  2 miles  south  ol  Mile  posi  HIS,  thence
north   so    chains;     thei   west  Nu  chaina ;
thonce south su chains; llience cist Nu
chaina to point of commencement, and containing ill" acres more or less.
DAVID SMI'l'li.
Sept.  28,   I'.lln, Frank  Watson,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District   ol   Pence  River.
TAKE notice  that  Mrs.   Lilly  Hastings ol
Vnncouver,  B.C., mnrriod w< in, Intends to
upply lor permission to puro-i no tlic 'oliow-
inu described Innda: CommenclngnUposi planted
I'd miles southeast of Ihe mouth of Cyprei s Creek
i.i.d . mi'rs couth oi' Hnlfwny liver, ami " mites
louth of Mil. Post II, ihiiee norlh >i ehalns;
I once inst Ml clains. thnce soulh M> cln ins,
t in nee we. t Mi cl uins 'u nntnl: i f - nmn.e ci mint,
i.nil containing- 01(1 acres mure or lea,.
MRS. LILLY KASTiNCr,
Sept 28, Will. !■ mill. Wul on, :,..,'iil.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pcaoo River.
TAKE notice Hint James Higgler. 01 Oakland, Cnl., liar lender, intends lo apply Ior
Iii rmissioii to purchase Hie following described binds: Commencing nl a post piunted :|u mllos S E ol the mouth ol Cypreas
Creek on the south bunk ol Hallwuy riser,
post 70, theuce south su
west Sn chains; thenoo north
or less to bank ol the rivor,
t so eliains along bunk ol rive
ol commencement, und contnining
more or less.
JAMES  HIOGINlt
Sept. 20,  i'.ilu. Frnnk  Watsoa, ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pcaoo Riser.
TAKE nolice Hint Mrs. Hilda Paterson, ol
Vancouver. II.C. mnrriod woman, iniends to
apply loi' pormisslon to purchaso the lollosving descriiicd binds: Conimencing at u post
Iilanted SI miles soulh cast ol the mouth
ol Cypress Creels and 2 miles south oi Hie
Hallway River and 2 miles soulh ol Mile
posi lili. thence south So eliains; thence eual
Nu chains; thence north sn chains; llience
west su chains to point ol commencement,
nud containing bin ncres more or less.
MRS.  HILDA  PATERSON.
Sept.  28,   HU". Frank Watson, agent
PEACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE nolice thnt Ronald McKechnie, ol
Vancouver, B.C., steward, Intends to apply
lor permission to purchase the (ollowing described landa: Commencing at a post planted SI miles S E ol the moutii ol Cypress
Creek and 2 miles soutli of the south Hunk
of Hnllway river and 2 miles south ot Mile
post lili, llience south HI) chuitiB; thence wist
su chains; thence north Nu chains; tlicnce
onst su chuins to poinl of commencement,
nnd s'oniuiiiing 1140 ncres more or less.
Ronald McKechnie.
Sept.  2N,   mill, Frank  WatBOIl, agent
TAKI-
ol Vain
ply   for
ing sis-si
pinntcd
press  ('
Police l
west   Si
Sept.   211,   I
FACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol  Peace  River.
', notice thnt William lloyes McMillan
'Oliver,  ll.C., drayman,  intends to ap-
permission io purchuso the   lollow-
erihed lands:   Commencing ut a post
.'12 miles S E of the moulh ol Oy-
reek nml 1 miles north of Hallway
ml :t$ miles north ot Mile post UN,
rail, thence south 80 eliains; thence
' chains: ihcnce north Su chains :
ast sn chains to point of contmeneo-
ud containing 040 acres more or less.
WILLIAM HOYES MeMILLAN
Ho. Frnnk  Watson, rgent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol  Peace  River.
TAKE   nolice   that   Nellie   Edith   Mnrklii
ol  Vancouver.  B.C.. stenographer, inlands
apply lor permission to purchaso the folio'
ing descriiicd Innda:   Commencing at a   po
plauted 82  milea S E ot lhe  mouth ol   I
press Creek,  nnd norlh   I   mill's  Irom   Hu
wny  Riser and il|     miles    norlh  Irons  M
post   US,      Police     truil.      Ihenee   south
chuins;   thence  east  su  clinins:   thence not
su  chains:   thence  west   No  ehalns   to   poi
of  commoucemeut,  and   containing (140 net
more or less.
NELLIE  EDITH   VARFLEY
Sept.  20.   miu. Frank Wntson,  ng
nt
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice thai Charles Ross Way, ot
Vancouver, II,C, medical Miilcnt, Iniends to
apply (or permission to purciuise ihe (ollowing desoribed lands) Commencing at a nost
planted 82 miles S F. ol lhe moutli ol Cypress Creek and a milea norlh of llullw-iy
River nnd 4. milea north ol Mile post OS,
llience north su eliuins: ilicnuc svest su
chaina; thence soulh 80 chaina: thenco east
Nn ehalns to point of commencement, nnd
coiiialniug blu ucres more or leas,
CHARLES   RUSS   SVAY.
Sept. 2(1.  1010, Frnnk  Wnlson, agent
PF.AI'E RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Pence River.
TAKE notice tlmt Marshall lliirkin, ot
Vancouver, B.C., steward, IntendB to apply
lor permission to purchiise -.lie (ollowing described lnnds: Commencing ut a post pleated 80 miles S E ol tlic moulh ol Cypress
Creek und I milea aouth ol Hnllway river,
ami Ii miles south of Mile post 70, thence
soutli   su  ehnins;     tlicnce  west  Su   chains :
thence    north    Nil  chains;      thei   oast  NO
eliains to point of commencement, nud eon-
tnlnlng 1140 acres more or Icbs,
MARSHALL IIARKIN.
Sept. 27.   Kilo. Frank  Watson, agent
PEACE RIVF.R LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley,
ol Vnncouver, B.C., married wotniin, intends
to npply lor pormiBsion to purchnse the lollowing desoribed lands: Commonoing nt u
post plantod 84 miles south iviat of the
mouth ol Cypress Creek on the soutli bank
ol llalisvay river opposite Mile poat 00,
iiiencc south so chains: thenco east Nil
chains: llience norlh tin chuins more or less
lo river bank, thenee west Nil chains lollowing river bank to point of commencoment, und containing nfiO acres more or less.
MRS.  ELIZABETH   KELLEY.
Sept.  28,   I'.ilu, Krunk  Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace Itiver.
TAKE nolice tlmt Mrs. Caroline Jose, ol
Vnncouver, B.C., mnriled svoman. intends to
applv Ior permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Conimencing at a post
planted 82 miles S F. ol the mouth ol C.v-
tircss Creek and 2 milea north o( Ilulfway
River and IJ milea nortli ol Mile poat lis,
Police trnil, thence south Nu chaina; ihenee
west Nil chnlna; thenee north Nil chains;
thence east nii ohalns to point ol commencement,  and containing O'ln ncrea more or leaa.
MRS.  CAROI INF, JOSE.
Sept.  21,   miu. Frnnk  Wntson,  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of i'eaee River.
TAKE noiice Hint Jantos llnlrd. of Vancouver. ll.C, barber, Intend, to apply for
permission to nnrcliase the following dos-
erilie'l lnnds: Commonoing nt u post planted 82 miles S E ol the mouth o( Cvpress
Creek and 2 miles north of Hnllway River,
nnd 14 milea north ol Mile poBt UN, Police
trail, thenco north Nu chains: thence svest
Nn chnl ns: thence south Nu ehnliiB: thence
e ist Nn ehnins lo point of comuieiieeint.nl,
nnd containing 1,40 ncres more or less.
JAMES IIAIRD.
Sepl.  21.   l'.iln. Frnnk  Wnlson,  ngent
PEACE IHV1.U LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace RIvT,
TAKE notice thai Walter Fisher ol Van-
co'iver, B.C., Millwright, Intones lo muily
lor iiermission to purchase the lollowing dosorlbed IhtoIb: Citnmenclng ut a poat planted 28 mllos S E ol the mouth nf Cypres
Cp'ek nnd I ml!"s no-th nl Mile unit 72,
Police trail, and d mOos north ol Haltwtsy
Rise, ihcnce north sn chains; thence weat
sn cS'ilius' thence ao"". S" clmins' Ihenee
curl su chnina io point of commencement,
nnd contnining (', lu acres mor" or less.
U'\i 'Cl-"   FISHER.
•Sept. 28,  I'.Hu. Frnnk Watson,  agent
Frank Watson,  ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict of Pence Riser.
TAKE nolice that William Patrick Lyuott,
ol Vancouver, B.C., merchant, Iniends lo apply Ior permission to purohaso lhe lollowing
described lunds: Commenolng ut a post
Iilanted about 80 miles south ensl ol the
mouth ol Cypress Creels and one mile north
of Hallway River nnd one mile north of
Mile l'ost 7n on the Police trail, thence
north Nil chains: thence east 80 chuins ;
thence south 8U chaius: 'hence west Nil
eliains to point of commencement, containing b lu iiereR more or less.
WILLIAM   PATRICK   l.YNOTT.
Sept.  21,   miu. Frnnk  Watson,  ugenl
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKK notice thnl Mike Wnlker. ol Van-
couscr. B.C.. logger, intends to npply lor
permission to purciuise the lollowing describes! lands: Commencing at u post plnnted about :iu miles soutli cast ol the nioulh
ol Cypress Creek and nbout one mile north
ol Halfway River and one mile nortli ol
Mile Post 7n on the Police trail, thenee
north Su eliains: thenoe west Su chains .-
thence soulh 80 chains; thence east Nu
chains to point of commencement, and containing O'ln ncres more or less.
MIKE WALKER.
Sepl.  21,   mill. Frank  Watson,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE notiee that Thomas John Snod-
grnss, ol Vancouver, B.C., broker, intends
to npply lor permission to purchnse the following described lands: Conimencing nt a
post planted 8U miles soutli east ol tlle
mouth ol Cypress Creek nud 8 milea north
of Hallway River and 8 miles north ol the
Mile Post 70, ihenee norlh sn chains; thence
east su chains; thence suutli Su elinlns ;
ihenee west su chains to point ol commencement, and coutnining 1140 ucres more or
less. THOMAS  JOHN  SNODGKASS.
Sept.  22,   Hllii. Frnnk  Watson,  agent
PEACE RIVER I.AND DISTRICT
District of Peace River.
TAKE nolice that Herbert John Sims, of
Vanoouver, B.C., electrician, intends to npply (or permission lo purchase the following described Innda: Commencing at a post
plnnted 30 miles south east of lhe moutli
of Cypress Creek ami about 3 miles north
of Hallway River and 8 miles north ol
Mile l'osl 70 on lhe Poliee Trnil, thence
north Nil rlmins; theuce west Nu chains ;
thence south 80 eliuins: thence east sn
eliains to point ol commencement, and containing Din ucres more or less.
HERBERT   JOHN   SIMS,
Sept.  22.   I'.llll. Krunk  Wntson.  agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District of I'eaee River.
TAKE notice that Jim Walker, ol Vancouver, B.C., logger, intends lo apply for
permission to purclinsc the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted 8(1 miles south east ol lhe mouth ol
Cypress Creek and 3 miles north ol llalisvay River and 3 miles nortii ol Post 70 on
lhe Polico Trail, marked J.W. nortli east
corner, thence Bouth 80 chains; thence west
su chains; thenco north 80 ehnins: thence
cast su chaina lo point ol commencoment,
and  containing 040 acres  more or less.
JIM WALKER.
Sept.  22,   lillll. Frank  Wntaon,  agent
PEACE RIVER l.ANI) DISTRICT
District ol Peaoe River.
TAKE notice that Jnmes Edward Styles,
ol Vancouver, ll.C, stone cutter, Inieiuls to
apply Ior permisaion to purchase the following described hinds: Commencing at ft post
plnnled 32 milea S E of the moutli of Cypresa Creek and 2 miles south of Hallway
River and 21 miles south of Mile post ON,
llience north' Nil chalnsi thence west 80
chains,; thence south Nil chains: thence etiBl
su (sliniiiB lo poinl ol commencement, and
containing (HO noren more or less,
JAMBS EDWARD STYLES,
Supt, ''fi,_ I1)Hi, Frank Watsun, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl ol Peaoe River,
TAKE notice that George Elliott Pvudrr,
ol Vancouver, H.c, physician, intend* to npply for permission to purohase tlle lollowing
described lands: Conimencing at is post
planted 32 tulles S E of the moulh ol Cypress Creek and 2 miles south of Hallway
River and 2. miles suuth of Mile post (IN,
Police trail, thence north NO chaias; thence
east Su ehnins; thence south 80 chains ;
tlicnce west Nu chains to point ol commencement, and eontaining 040 acres more or less.
GEORGE   ELLIOTT   PKUDEIt.
Sept. 2.-,,   mill. Frank  Wntson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT"
Dislrict of  i'eaee  River.
TAKE nolice that William Burnett Hilnnd
ol Vancouver, ll.C., bookkeeper, iniends to
apply lor permUslon to purchase the follow,
ing described lnnds: Commencing .m a post
plnnted 3U miles S E ol lhe mouth ol CypresB Creek, nnd 2 miles south of Hnlfwny
river und 2; miles south ol Mile post 70,
tlicnce south Nil chaina; llience west Nil
clinins;  llience north Su chains;  thence   east
su  chains  to  point  of  com neement,   and
containing lilu ncrea more or Iosb.
WILLIAM   BURNETT  Hll.AND.
Sept. 2b.   mm. FrHn|t  Watson, ugent
PEACE RIVF.R" LAND DISTRICT   "
District ol  I'eaee River.
TAKE notice lhat Thomas Erneat Free-
land, of Vancouver, B.C., merchant, Intends
to apply lor permission to purchase the lollosving described lands: Commencing iu a
poat planted 32 miles S E ot the mouth ol
Cypresa Creek und n mllea north ot 1 Inllwny River nnd 4J miles north of Mile post
ON, Police trail, thenee north NO chains ;
thence cast Nu chains; thence south 80
chains: thenci. west Su chains to point ol
commencement, and containing 040 acres
acres more or less.
THOMAS  ERNEST FREELAND
Sept. 2(1, J»Hi. _  Frank Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRIOT
Diatrlct ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Gotton Richard Hyt.ty-
miin, ol Vancouver, B.C., engineer, intends
to apply lor permission to purchase the (ollowlng described lands; Commencing at a
post planted 112 miles S E ol the mouth of
Cypress Creek on the south bank ol Hallway river und soutli 40 chains Irom Mile
post ns, thenco south ,s • clinins, thenee
west sn chains; thonce north So olnlus;
tlicnce oast su clinins to point ol commence,
ment,  und contnining Old acres note or less.
GOTTON RICHARD HYNTYMAN
Sept.  20,   mill. Frank Watsoa, agent.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT	
DiBtrlct of Pence River. ,
TAKE notice Hint Otto Whnlper, ot Vancouver, B.C., morohant, Intends to apply Ior
permission to ourchuiie the lollosving ' described lunds: Commencing nt a lost pl.nt-
ed 32 mllea S E of the mouth ot (ypress
Creek on the south bank of Hallway riser
and soulh 40 chains from Mile post UN,
thence aouth 8i) chnlna: thonce cast 80
ehnins: tlicnce north NO elinlns; Ihcnce weal
NO ehnliiB to point ot comminusiiniint, aud
containing (140 acres more or lesa.
OTTO WHAI IFR.
Sepl.  20,   I'.ilu, Frank  Walaoii,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict u! Peace River.
TAKE notice that Charles Reed Crotts of
Vancouver, B.C., real estate broker, iniends
to apply lor permisaion lo purohase thu (ollowing described lands: Commencing at a
post planled 30 miles S E ol lhe mouth ol
Cypress Creek and about 3 miles soulh o!
the Bouth bunk ol Hallway river and three
miles south ol Miie post 70, Police trail,
tlicnce south N" chains: thenee wcsl NU
chuins; Ulcus, north Nu lihalliB; thence eaBt
su chains to point oi commencement, ami
containing 040 iicrcB more or Icbs.
CHARLES REED CROTTS.
Sept. 20,   lOlu, Frank  Watson,  agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl oi  Pij.ce River.
TAKE notice thnt John Lawrence  Neal of
Vanoouvor,  ll.C  laborer,  intends  to   apply
Ior permission lo purchase the followiag described  lands:   Commencing at a  post planted 20 miles south east ol the mouth ul Cypress  (.'reek  and  about  21   miles   north   ol
Halfway   River nnd   IJ   miles  north  ol   Mile
post   74,     Polis'c     trail,   thence   south    Nil
chains;   thence west 80 ehnins;  thence north
Su ehnins; thence eual Nn chains lo point ol
commencement,    nud    eoiituiising   640 acres
more or less.     JOHN LAWRENCE NF.AL.
Sept.  3ti,   HHii. Frank  Wntson.  ngent
PEACE KIVER LAND DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Poaoo River.
TAKE notice that John liiillmnii. ol Sun
Fransdaco. CaL, horseman, intends to t p-
ply lor permission to purchase the lollow-
itig described lands,: Commencing nt a post
piunted 311 miles S F, ol the mouth ol Cypress Creek on the south bunk ol Halfway
River opposite Mile poBt 70, thenee south Ml
chains; thence east ho chaias: thence north
Sll chains; thence west Nil chains to point]
ol commencement, and contnining 040 acres
more   ar Icbb. JOHN   BULLMAN.
Sept.  2M,   ItHO. Frank  Watson,  agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notice that George Murray of Vancouver, B.C., real estate broker, intends to
apply for permission lo purchase the following described lands: Commencing al a post
planted 2b miles south east ol the mouth
ol CypresB Creek and 3J miles north ol lhe
Hnllway river, and 2$ miles north ot Mile
poBt 74, Police trail, llience north _0 ohalns;
thence east Nu chains: thence soutli Nil
chains: thence weal Nil chnina to point ol
commencement, und containing 6-0 acres
more or less, GEORGE MURRAY.
Sepl. 80,  miu. Frank  Wntson, agent
I'EACE RIVER LAND DISTRICI'
Distrsct  ol  Peace  River.
TAKE notice that  William  Henry   Lee, ot
New Orleans, U.S.A.. bookkeeper,  intends to
apply for permission lo purchase lhe lollosving descrihed lands:   Commencing at a post
planted  20  milea  S E  from   the    mouth    ol
Cypless  t'reek  and  3J,   milea  north  of   Hnlfwny river, aad 2-1  miles north of Mile post
74,   Police  trail,     thence   north   SO   ehnins ;
theuce  west    Ni)  chains;     theuce    Bouth   Nil
chuins;   thence  enst   Nil  elinlns   to   point    of
commencement,     and   containing    OK.   ucres
more or less.        WILLIAM  HENRY   LEE.
Sept.  30,   lilD). Frank  Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Abbe Gobbc, ol Vanoouver, B.C., real estate broker, intends to tip-
ply Ior permission to purchase ihe lollowing described lands: Commencing at n pobi
plnnled 2ii miles S E Irom the mouth ol
Cypress Creek, and 21 miles north ot Hallway river and I. milea nortli ol Mile poat
74. Police trail, thence north Nu chaias ;
thence east 80 chainB; thence aouth 8u
chainB; thence west Nu chains to point ot
coiliiucucetuent, containing 640 acres more or
less. ABBE (ioSSE.
Sepl.  3d,   lillll. Frank Watson,  agenl
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Pence Itiver.
TAKE nolice lhat John Lettletin ot Vnncouver, B.C., real estate broker, Inteiitla to
apply tor permission to psirchase the lollowing descrihed lauds'. Commencing nl u post
planted 2ii miles south ensl ol the mouth ol
CypreBs Creek and 21 mlleB north ol Hallway River, nud 11 miles north of Mile post
74. Police trail, thenoo nortii Nil ohalna :
thence west 80 chains! thence boiiiIi Nii
chalnsi theuce east so chains io puint o(
commencement nnd containing 040 acres
mare or  less, JOHN   LETTLETIN,
Sept, 8(1,  ItHO. Frank  Watson, agent
PEACE ItlVER LAND DISTRICI'
District ol Pencp River.
TAKE notice that Sidney Arthur Hurt, ol
Vancouver. B.C., salosmisii, intends to apply
tor permission lo purchnse the lollowing described lands: Commencing nt a post planled 28 miles south east ol lhev._iouth ot Cypress Creek, aud 3 tulles north of Mile post
72, Police trail, and 4 miles north of Halfway River, theaee south Hu chains; theaee
ws'St Nil ehnins; theuce north Hu ohnlns ;
thence east Nu ehnliiB lo point ol oommenoement, und containing blu iicrcB more or
Icbb. SIDNEY  ARTHUR  HART.
Sept. 23,   1910. Frank Watson, agent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
Districl of Peace River.
TAKE nolice that Thomas Fisher ol Vancouver. B.C., watchman. Intends to apply
(or permlBBlon to purchase the following described lands: Commenolng at a post planted 32 miles S E of the moutli ol Cypress
Creek, nnd 2 mileB norlh of Hallway River,
ami IJ inilos north of Mile poat ON, poliee
trail, thenee south Su chainB: (hence euBl su
chains: thence north 3(1 chuins; thence west
HU clinins to point ol commencement, und
containing lilu acres more or less.
THOMAS FISHER.
Sept. 24,  llllo, Frank Wntson, ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
DiBtrlct ol I'enee River.
TAKE notice that James Mooro ol Vancouver, B.C., drayman, intends to apply lor
permission to purchase the following described laadB: Commencing at ,'s post plained 28 miles south east of the mouth ot
Cypress Creek and 3 mites north ot Mile
Post 72, Police Trnil, and 4 miles north
ol Halfway River, thence north Nil chains :
thence west 81) chains: thence south 80
chains; thence east Nil chains to point of
commencement, und containing 040 acres
more or less. JAMES MOORE.
Sept. 23,   11)11), Frnnk Wntson, ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT
District ol Peace Itiver.
TAKE notice that Dave Flshoi, ol Vancouver. B.C., longshoreman. Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the lollowing
desoribed lands: Commencing at a nost
planted 28 miles S E of the mouth of Cypress Creek and 4 miles nortii ol Mile post
72, Police trail, and ft miles north ot Hallway River, thiincc north NO chulnB; thonce
cast 80 chains; llionoo south 80 chains :
thence west HO elinlns so point ol conimence-
.'ucnt and containing 1140 acres morc or less.
DAVE  FISHER.
Sept, 23,  1010. Frank  Wntson. ngent
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Diatrlct ol I'eaee River.
TAKE notice thnt Richard Smith of Vancouver It. 0, occupation lltitcher, intends to
apply lor permission to purchiise the lollowing dcacrlbed landa: Commencing nt n t.oat
planted lu miles North Irom n point on
the Hallwuy River nbout 34 mllea down
atremn Irom the mouth of Cypresa Creek,
thence South NU ehnins; thence Easl HU
chaina: thence North Nil chains:: thence Weat
pun mouioouotmuoo jo ni|od o, stROllo un
oontninlng (140 ncrea more or less.
RICHARD RMIT1T.
Sept.28.   mill. Julius.   Peltry,ngent.
PEACE RIVER   LAND  DISTRICT
District ot Peace River.      ''
r.-KE notice that Jesse Albert _Joni.ni.
vers, ol Vancouver, B.C., painter   ,.   , "'
upply  lur permlBBlon  io  purchnse   i .    ,l°
lowing described lunds:   Commencing   •    '"
post   plauted   7   miles   north   (rom  fi      i"
on  the  Hallway  River about 32 miles  I    l
slreuin  Irom  the  moulh  of Cypross   ('.   "
thence  suulh  80 chiiiiiu:      thenee   ,.„   f
chiiius:   llience  north  hu chuins;  thenc,.
80 ehalns tu point o( commencement   '"'"l
mining li-lu aoros more or less. '  '""'
JESSE ALBERT HENRY CH1VFP.
*"Pt.  2".   """■ ''nines'  Peltry, l^:,,,
I'EACE RIVER  LAND DISTRICT      '
Distriot til Pence Itiver.
TAKE   notice   that     Harold   11.   I.|||»
Vancouver, B.C., bus driver,  Intends tu' .
|dy   for  permission  to  purohaso the   folln
Ing ilescribed lands:   Oommonolng at a '
planted 7 miles nortli Irom a point on tfi
Hallwuy   Riser about 32 miles down sir,.  '
trom   the  mouth  ot  Cypress   Creek      t>,
south   Nil    chains:     thence  east  Nu'  chalnt
thenoe    north su   chains;    thenee west 2.1
clinins  to  point ol commencement,   coiltnli
ing Olii ucres more or leas.
HAROLD II.  ELI [s,
Sept. 28. ,1010, James Pettry, ,^M
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DISTRICT
District of Peace River,
TAKE notice  tlmt  Willinm  Hamilton   ,i
Vancouver, B.C.,  teamster,  intends to :[,„:,
Ior permlBBlon to purchnse the lollowing ,!.
cribed  lauds:    Commencing nt a  post plant!
ed  7 miles north Irom n   point on tho Halt"
wny  River,      nboul    32 mllea down .in',,,,,
Irom   the  mouth   ol   Cypress   Creek,     th™,,.
nortii   Nu   chuins;     thenee  eaat  No   chain."
Ihcnce  aouth    80  ohalna:      thenee west 80
chnina  to  point ol commencement,   contain
Ins (Itli acri'B mote or less.
.,„    ,„, WILLIAM   HAMILTON
Sept.   20,   W0. .lames  Peltry. „,,,„,
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Peace River.
TAKE notice that Juines Chivcrs ol Vancouver, B.C., painter, intends lo apply '|or
permission lo purchnse the lollowing i|rj.
rribc.l lands: Commencing nt a post plantod 7 mllea noith Irom a point On the Railway River about 32 miles down itream
Irom the mouth ot Cypress Creek, thence
north sn chains: thenee west Su olmltii'
thence soulh Nil chains: thenoo east SO
chuins to point ol commencement, containing  ii In acrea more or less.
JAMES CIllVKlis
Sept.   i'.l.  loin. James   Pettry. agent
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   DISTRICT
Dislrict ol Peace River.
TAKE  notice lhat   Henry   Carter ul Vancouver  B.  C.  occupation   Motertnan, initial.
tn   npply   lor     iiermission   to   purchsn Hip
following   described   Innda:    Oommenelng at
n  post  planted (I miles .North Irom » poim
on the Hallway! River about 42 mllei itoun
ssreiim   Irom   the   mouth   oi     Oytmssi I%.k
thence   South   su    ehnins:     thence fttt  „.
chains;  thenee Nortii sn chnlna:  throat Yum
sn ehnins  to    point of commencement :isii\
containing 640 ncres more or less.
HENRY   CARTER.
Sept.   27.   llilii. Jnmes   Peltry,intent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Peace River.
TAKE nolice that John Curlls ol Vancouver, 11. c, oredpiiiion Salesman, Iniends
to apply (or permission to purciuise the
lollowing desoribed lands: Commencing at a
post plnnted nbout in miles Norlh Irom a
point on the Hnllway River about 42 miles
down atrenni from the mouth ol Cypress
Creek thence South su ehains; thenee West
No chaina: thenee North Hn chains; thenc.
F.aat Nu chains to point of 100mmen.t_n.nt,
and oontalnlng fi.O acres more or less.
JOHN   CURTIS.
Sept. 27.  mm. James  Pettry, agent.
PEACE RIVER LAN'll DISTRICT.
District ol Pence River.
TAKE notice tlmt Albert Reynolds ol
Vancouver 11. C. occupation Shipper, intends
tn apply for permission to purchnse ihe
following desoribed Lmilis: Commenolng nt s
post plantod lu miles north (rom a point on
Hallwav River, nboul 42 miles down strriiiii
from the moulh of Cypresa Creek, thence
South Nu chains; llience East Nu chalnt:
Ihenee Nortii Nu chains: thence West *"
ehnins to the point of commencement, and
containing li-lu acres more or less.
ALBERT  REYNOLDS.
Sept. 27. 1010, Jamea Pettry. b_hk.
PEACE RIVF.R l.ANI) DISTRICT.
Diatrlct ot Pence River.
TAKE notice thnt Milton Hurllrt. ol
Vancouver II. C, oooupatlon Barber. Int"™
to apply lor permission to pui-cham ihe
lollowing described lnnds: Commencing nt »
poat planted lu miles Nortii Irom n ll0il"
on the Hallwajl River, about 42 miles slown
i.trenm Irom the mouth of Cypress Cr_*|
(hence    Norlh   Nil  chains:     thenee   Enst  H"
chains: the!  South  Hu chains:  thence West
NO chains to    point ol    commencement and
eoniuining  040  acres  more  or  lesa.
MILTON   HARTLEY.
Sept.27.   HHii. Jnmca   Petry   agent.
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
Dislrict of Peace River.
TAKE notloo that Charles 11. Riiekhaa, "I
Vanoouvor, B.C., oloetrlclnn, Intends to apply for permiaslon to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at n post
planted 0 miles north Irom n point on th'
Hallway River nbout 32 tulles down stream
Irom the mouth ol Cypress Creek, thence
south NU ehnins: thence eaat Nil chnlna i
thenee nortii 80 elinlns; llience west sn
chains to point ol oommonoomont, containing Oin ncrea more or leas.
CHARLES   11.  BliCKLF.SS.
Sept.  20,   1010, Jamea   I'ettry,  agenl
PEACE RIVF.R  LAND  DISTRICT.
District ol I'eaee River.
TAKE  notico  that    George Thompson  el
Vnncouver  II.  C.  occupntii.it  Driver,   Inieiuls
to  apply  tor    permission  to  purchase    tlic
lollowing doscribed lunds: Commencing nl n
poat planted 11 milea North Irom a point ou
the   Halfway   River  about     32   mllea  down
strenm   Irom   the   moutii   of   Cypress  Creek,
llience   North     80  chains;   thence     East   80
chaina; thence South R0 chnlna: thence West
NU   chaina   to   point   ot  eoiiuiieiiccmcnl,   ail'1
cout-iiiiiiig (140 acres more or less.
GEORGE THOMSON.
Sent,  2(1,   Hllll. .Initios  Pettry,  agenl
PEACE RIVER LAKD D-8TRICT.
Diatrlct ol Peace River.
TAKE notice thut Alfred Clarke of Vancouver B. 0. oooupatlon Pressor; intends ni
apply lor pcriiilssinn to purchnse the foils)*'
Ing described binds: Commencing nt a l*1
plantod in mlleB North Iroin a point °"
the Hallway River about 34 miles Joss"'
stream trom lhe mouth ot Cypress Cm*
thence Nortii NU ehulii.As; thoine Bast *'
chains: thenee South NO chains: thence West
8(1 chains to point ol commencement "'"'
eoniuining 640 acres more or less.
ALFRED  CLARK I
Sept. 28.   1010.
James Pettry. ng'
nt.
PEACE RIVF.R  LAND  DISTRICT.
Diatrlct o'l Peace River.
TAKE notice  that   Edward  Gray  of  ""
couver, occupaiioii Walter,  Intends to aPlilJ
lor   permission     to   purchnse   the   lollovv'ni.
described Innda: Couimenciiig at n P0»t PlnljJ
ted   0   miles  Irom n  point  on  the   Hull*'''
River nbout 32 miles down Btronm trom t»"
month   of   Cypress  Creek,   thenco   North  >
chnlna: thenee Weat Su elinlns; tlreiice Son!"
Nil  ehnins:   tltenee   Enst  Sll  chains  lo  I'"1'1'
of  conuneiicemenr and  eontnltilii-  ''tu new
more  or lean. EDWARD GRAY'
Sopt. 2(1.   lllln, James  Peltry,   nil'1"
Flrsi Insertion nf notices on this page N°v- 'IJ'
•   _. December 17. 1910.
FORT GEORGE HERALD
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVIS1GN.
District o( Curiboo.
TAKE notice that Henry James Cromie of
Vancouver, B.C..  tanner,  intends  to    apply
tor iiermission to purchaso lhe lollowing lies.
I cribed lands:    Commencing at a post plant,
led on the north linnli ol Hallway  river ub-
tout 20 chuins south o( the 00.Milo post es-
{.tabliahed on  the  North  West  Mounted    Po-
Jllcc trail  between  Fort St.  John (isid   Fort
Ilirahaiu, B.C.. post mnrked 11.J.C. S W corner, thence 110 chainB north; i hence 80 vllulns
Tcast; llience nboul Su chains soutli lo llalf-
jvay  riser;  thonco menndoring said  river up
fctrcnin iu  a  westerly direction  lo point   of
Sfionimenecmcut,   containing   uuil   ncres    moru
or  InsB. HENRY   JAMES  CROMIE.
jfeScptcmbcr  Iil,   I'JIn.
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Distriot ol Curiboo.
HVAKE notice Hint James Cromlo, ol Van-
Hnver, B.C., accountant, intends to    apply
I»r permisaion to pui-chafeo tlle following ms-
^ptbud lunds:    Commenolng ul a post plant-
abokt -tu chains  north of tin-Mil. post es-
ilahlished on lue Norlh West Mounted polico
rtrall between Fort St. John and Fort Gia-
_iam, B.C-, north ol Hallway river, post
mnrked J.C. S W corner, thenee NO chains
norlh; thenco 80 clialiii.ci.si; I'lcnao Si)
chains Boulli; thenoo Su ennins W ll lo point
ot lomiiiencemcnt, containing ('40 litres
inure or leas. JAMES ( R'OMIB.
September 1,0, 1 O.J o,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict ol Cnrlhoo,
TAKE notice Hint Alexander Edwards,   ol
i Vancouver, B.C., manager Intends to apply
I lor permission to purchase the lollowing described binds: Commonoing ut a post planted 2 miles north and 2 miles weat from n
point on Halfway river at (ill-Mile post on
Norlh West Mounted Police trail between
Fort St. John nnd Fori Graham, B. 0.,
thence SO chains nortli; thence NU ohalns
west: thence NU chains south: thence 80
chains cast to polat of commencement, containing li-lu acres more or lesa. Post marked
A.E S E corner.
ALEXANDER  EDWARDS.
September 10.  19101	
""'FACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION-
District ot Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that  Robert  Braden  ol Vancouver,   B.C..   gentleman,   intenda   to    apply
for permlBBlon to purchase lhe following described lands:    Commencing at a post plnnted 2 miles nortii  Irom  a  point on  Hnlfwny
(river nt Ob-Mile  post  on  North  West Moun-
cd Police trail, between  Fort  St.  John and
iFort Qraham, B.C.. thonoo no clinins nortli;
thence Nil eliuins west; thence 8U clmins
south: thence 80 chnina eust to point ol
commencement, containing 840 BOTOB more
or less, l'osl mnrked R.I). S H corner.
ROBERT BRADEN.
September ID,  1010. _ 	
PEACE  RIVER  LAN'll  DIVISION.
Distriit of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice Hint George Wright of  Van-
■couver,  B.C.,  accountant,  intends  to   npply
Nor permission to purchnse the lollosving des-
'rrlbid lands:   Commencing ut a   post plnnted 2} miles south from 00-Mllo post established on Police trail botween Fort St. John
mid  Fort  Graham.   B.C..  and 2 miles  boiiHs
ol the Hnllway river; thence 8u ehnins enst:
thence   so  chains   north;     thence   sn   eliains
svest:   thence   NU  chains   soulh   to   poinl    ot
commencement,   contnining   64'*  ucres     more
or less.    Post mnrked G.W.  S W corner.
GEORGE  WRIGHT.
Soptomber 17,  l'JIO.
I'EACE RIVER tiANh DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKK notice that Thomas Dickson Archibald l'urves, of Vnncouver. B.C., manager.
intenda to apply Ior permission to purchase
the lollowing described lunds: Conimencing
nt n poat planted 8 miles north and 2 milea
wess from Junction ol Cypress Creek aud
Hnllway River, near 70 Miie post on Nortii
West Mounted Police truil between Fort
Graham aad Fort St John, thence Nil
ilinina west; thence 8u ehnins south; thence
so ehnins east! thence Nn chuins noith to
point ol commencement. Post mnrked T.D.
A.P. N E corner.
THOMAS DICKSON  ARCHIBALD  Pl'RVES.
September 2.1,   l'JIO.	
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION*.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE nolice thnl William Wilson ol Vnn-
couver, B.C., gentleman, Intends to npply
lor permission to purchase the following descriiicd lands: Commenolng at a post planted one mile north und 2 miles weat Irom
n point ou Hallway River at 60-Mile post
on North West Mounteil Police trail, between Fort St. John nnd Fori Cruliam, B.
Cl, thence Su chains weat: thence about 80
chninis south to Hallwuy river, thence meandering said river down strenm in nn easterly direction to a poinl NU chuins south ol
Initial post: thence Su chains north to point
ol commencement, contnining 040 acres
more or leas. l'ost marked W.W. N E ror-
■"',- WILLIAM   WILSON.
 S'.j.t, nil., i   10,   1010,
PEACE RIVER ''^^ ^_7qi,i\-.
t Diatrlct ol Cariboo.
LAKE notice that Winnie Shnnger ol
unpalgn, 111., D.S.A., married woman, into apply lor permission io purohase
lhe following described innda: Commencing
at a poBt planled 6 mllos east und l-mlle
north Irom a point on Halfway river, about 20 chains soulh ol Mile poat 0U on
North Weat Mounted Police trull, between
fort Bt. John and Fort Qraham, B.C.,
ensl; thence Nil ehnins
eliuins   West:     thenee    NII
polnl  of commencement,
s   more   or   less.    Poat
corner.
.,,_,!     ...    ,, ,    WINNIE  SHANGER.
aoptomber 21, loin,
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
.„.,.,.        District  ol Cariboo.
'AKE  nolice   tl,„t   JamoB   Richmond,    of
inner Unpen.   ll.C,,  bulolier,  intends  to np-
I'eriiiission   to purchase  the    follow
tends
theuce No    cliuim
soulh;    thence  so
chains    north    to
containing nin aot
marked W.S.    N W
loi
is. descrihed lands: Commonoing nt u post
unnicd ., miles east and 1, miles soulh
'('in a point on north bank ol llnlfsvay river about 2ii chains south ol OO-Mllo
post on North West Mounted I'o-
n trail between Fort St. John and Fort
''"'''i"'. B- C. thence Ni) ehnliiB north :
uieiire So ohflilia enst; thonce 80 eliuins
uui; thenco 80 chuins weat to poinl ol
"iiiinencenieiit, containing 640 acres more
m less.    Post mnrked  J.R. N W corner.
,.   ,     , JAMES  RICHMOND.
, September 21, nun.
I'EACE RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
Diatrlct of Curiboo.
f   AKE notice thnt Gilbert  llunnuh  ol Vnn-
""ser,  ii.c.,  accountant,  Intends  to   applv
"' PermlBBlon to purchnse the following den-
nnitd lnnds:   Commencing ut u post plunt-
'" ' miles north and one mile enst fnoin a
[""it oa Hallway river ut 06-Mlle post   on
"orth  West    Mounted  Polico  trail   between
i   , ' _' Jonn   a"'1 l"oit Orahnm,   B. C,
inms.8    .    onaln»   'f«t:     thenoo 80 chaias
""HU:  thence  80 chains  weBt;      thence   80
iiiitiiB    north    to  point ol commencement.
'""lining    oil)  acres   more  or less.     Post,
'""'"''(I G.ll. N W coiner.
v.  GILBERT  HANNAH.
_.Ne|.|einbcr   II),   li)|o.
PEACE RIVER  LAND DIVISION.
'I'll,,.,        District of Cnrlhoo.
iiii'llB ,,,i,,''01.iW  llmt  l'izzll! Sliuuger of  Em-
Init__   "I  low"'   '"ni'Hcd   woman,    IntendB
lowiiVi „ ,or„l"T"ilsslon to purohase the fol-
I"'    il,me,inr'!d   J*1"   (!°"'""""'1'>8-   at   «■
.      Iiiuitid r, mihia ,!u„t nml  j-Mlli, north
li,,,.'"       '"nt  on   North   Weal   Mounted   Po-
'ir.ih ,    '   '," Iv,!"" ,F"rl  K''   ,0"n 'l"(1  POM
ih,.,,,., o.. "■ ••    thenoo   so ohalns norlh ;
Bouth- t   ,     l'\"   1!"Nt: ll"'nc"   Hn   ohalnB
''"ininViic  ,,,!', 8°   'l1'",1""   w';.1   to   point   of
"i Ins   ",in-.villaining  CIO  urrca    moro
™'    l'ost Marked  L„"   SIV corner.
LIKSSIB SHANGER.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt George Tunatnll ol Van-
cotivir, ll.C, saleanusn, intends to apply 101'
permission to purennse tne following ucs-
crined lands: Cominciicing at is posi plumed one mile west una one mile soutn irom
u point Wiiurc the 2uth baso-lluo crosses
Hear itiver nnd nliout li miles north Irom
Ssvan or Suoftol- Luks1. jhisi mut'Kod G.'i'.
N W corner, thenee su chuins South; thenco
su chains east to Bear river, thence meandering said user dosvn stream in a northerly direction io u point nbout su chaius
cast ol initial post; theuce tsboul NO chains
Weal to point of comimiuccmciil, containing
Ills, acres more or Icbs.
GEORGE TUNSTALL.
October  7,   I'.IIO.
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
Disjj'ict of Cariboo.
TAKE notice lliul John Gail Glasluin, ol
Vancouver, B.C., sulcsinnn, intenus lo apply for permisaion to purclinsc tlle following describes! binds: Coiiinieiiclng nt u post
planted ;) miles west and .1 miles soutli
irom where the 2uth base line croaaes Bern-
river and one mile west from a point marked Frank Begg's north west corner, planted on Grand Prairie and Police Coupe wagon
roud mid nboul 2J miles north west from
norlh west end ot Swan Luke or Sucker
Lake, tm me So oliains Weal; tnence In
Chains aouth; thence su chuins cast; ihenco
In chains north to point of commoncomeut,
containing 82U acres more or less. Post
marked  J.G.G.  N E corner.
JOHN   GALL   GLAS11A.N.
October 7.  1910.
PEACE  RIVER  I.AND  DIVISION.
DiBtrlct ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Alexander Jeffrey Cum-
bie. oi Vancouver, II.C, freight ageui, intenda to applj lor permission to purchnse
the following descrilnd landa: Commencing
at a post planted 2 miles north und one
mile svs'St trom junction of Cypress Creek
and Hallway river, near 74-Mile post on the
North Meat Mounted Police trail between
Fort St John and Fort Grnbuni, B.C., post
marked A.J. S E siorm-r, thence 8i) chuins
north; thence su chains west ; thence NO
Chains south; thence Nil chaius cast to point
ol commencomout, containing 040 :• cres more
or less.     ALEXANDER JEFFREY CAMB1E.
September 22,   HHu.
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict of Cnriboo.
TIKE notice that'James William Robinson, of Vancouver, B.C., salesman, intends
to apply Ior permission to purchnse lhe lollow,ng described lands: Commencing m a
prist planted ti miles aouth nnd .1 miles weat
from where tne 20th base line crosses Bear
river and :i milea soulh und one milo svesl
from a post mnrked Frnnk Begg's nortii
weat corner, nnd nbout :!} miles west from
north wrBt end of Swan or Sucker lake
thence Nu chains svest; Uieocc NU eliains north
Ihcnce su chaina easl: thenoo 80 chains
soulh to point of Oommenoement, containing lilu acres more or less. Post marked
J.sV.lt. S E corner.
JAMES  WILLIAM   ROBINSON.
Ocsober  N,   laid.
I'EACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice lhat Duncan McDonald, of
Vancouver, B.C., purchasing agent, IntendB
to apply for permission lo purohaso lhe following describes! binds: Commencing ut a
post planled li miles soulh and :) miles
west (rom where the 20th base lino crosses
Bear riser, and .'I miles south and 1 mile
svest Irons is poat mnrked Frank Begg's
north we.at corner, plnnted on Grand Prairie
nnd Poiii'c Coupe wagsin rond and nbout 2J
miles svesl Irom nortn west end of Ssvan or
Sucker Lake, thence Nu chains east; tlicneo
lu ehains nortli: theuce nu chains west :
thence 40 ehnins south to point of som-
mencement. eoniuining __.i ncres more or
less,    l'ost  marked D.M.  S E corner!
di'ncan .Mcdonald.
October N.  1010.
PEACE RIVKR  LAND  DIVISION.
District oi Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alexnnder Finlay McDonald, ol Victoria, B.C., clerk, Intends lo
apply tor permission to purchase the lollowing described lands: Commencing at a post
piunted (i miles south from where the 2-th
Base line crosbes Bear river nud six miles
south nnil one mile cast from a post marked Frank Begg's north west corner, planted
on Grand Prairie and Ponce Coupe wngon
roud. und about one mile soutli west trom
the south s est end ol Swan or Sucker lake,
tlicnce NU chains aouth; tlicnce 80 chains
west: thenit NU ehnins north; tlicnce 8u
chains east lo poinl of commencement, continuing lilu licrcs more or less, l'ost marked
A.F.M. N E corner.
ALEXANDER  FINI.EY   McDONAI.D.
October X,  I1H0.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Elisabeth Hilt ol Van-
couser, B.C., married woman. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following slcseribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted N miles aouth Irom where tlic -nth
luise line crosses Bear river, and live miles
south and one mile eust from a post marked Frnnk Begg's norlh west corner, plnnted
on Grand Prairie and I'ouce Coupe wagon
rond. nnd nbout 1-mile north west Irom
south west said oi Swan or Sucker Lake,
thence Nu chains south; thence Nil chains
wcsl: thence sn chains north: thence Nil
chuins east to point ol commencement, containing iil" ncres more or lesa. I'oat marked E.H.  N E corner.    ELIZABETH  HITT.
October N, mio.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District ol Curiboo.
TAKE notice tliiit Francos Payne of Brighton, England, mnrriod woman, Intends io
apply tor pormiBsion to purchase the (ollosv
ing deaeribed lands! Commencing nt a post
planted :( miles ensf nnil I;' miles north
iroin n point on Norlh Wcsl Mounted Police trail between Fort St. John nnd Fort
Oraham, B.C. thence No elinlns ensl; thence
NU elinlns south; thence SU elinlns weat :
llience Nil chnina north to point ol commencement, contnining bin acres more or
leaa.     l'osl marked  P.P. N W corner.
FRANCES PAYNE.
September. 21,   1910.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnrlhoo.
TAKE notice thnt John Mncl.onn ol Vnncouver, ll.C. Biilcsiunn, Intends lo apply lor
permission lo purclinsc the following des-
i-rilied landa; Commencing at a post planted one mile north Irom u point on Hnlfwny river nt 116-Mile post on Nortli West
Mounted Polico trail, between Fort St. John
and Fort Graham, B.C., thence 80 chains
norlh; tlicnce 80 chains west) thonoo 8u
chains south: thenco 80 chains cast to point
ot commencement, contnining 040 ncreB morn
or leas.    Post uunrked J.M.  S E corner.
JOHN   MucLF.AN.
September 10. t'.HO.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
Take notice that John L. Schroder of Vancouver, B.C., renl estate ugent, intends to
apply Ior pci'misBion lo purohaso lho following described lands: Commencing ai a
post plantod on north bank ol llalisvay
River about _-milo south ol til-Mile poat,
established on tne Northwest .Mounteil Police trull between Furt Sl. John nnd Fort
Graham, B.C., post mnrked J.L.S. SE corner, '.hence (in chains north: ihcnce Ni)
chains svest; llience about (iu chains soutli
to llnlfsvay river; thence meandering Bald
ri vol- dosvn stream in un enstorly direction
to point ol oommenoement, containing -isu
acres more or less.
JOHN  LOUIS SCHRODER.
September. 17,   I'.ilu.	
PEACE "RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Distriot of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Ferguson ol Vnncouver, B.C., real estate broker, intends to
apply for permission to purchase the lollosving slescribcd lands: Commencing at a post
planled 2 miles north and one mile east
trom u poinl on Hallway riser at 00-Milo
post ou Norlh West Mounted Police trail
between Port St John aud Fort Graham.
B.C., thence Nu chains north; thence 80
chaina eust; ihcnce Nu clinins soutli; llience
nii eliuins west to point of coiumcoccinunt,
contuiiiiiig li lu ncrea more or less. i'ost
murknl  .I.E. S W corner.
JOHN  FERGUSON.
Soptomber 10, I0JO.
First-Class in Every Respect
s°.t-mbor 21, 1010,
I'EACE  RIVF.R LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo,
TAKE notice thnt Percy William Evans ot
Vnncouvor, B.C., manager, intends to apply
Ior permission to purohaso the following (ics-
cribed Innda: Couimenciiig nl u posi plantod I mile north nnd I mile weal Irom a
polnl on the llullsvny River nl. lib-Mile post
ealuhllshed on Police trnil between Fort St.
John nnd Fort Oraham, B.C., post markod
P.W.E. S E corner, thenco su ohalns north;
thcnOO 80 chuins svs'st; thence Nil ehnins
south; thonoo 81) chaina enst to polnl ol
commencement, "containing 040 acres morc
or  less. PERCY   WILLIAM   EVANS.
Soptomber 19, 1910,
PEACE RIVER LA\'i DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice tlmt George Bell, ol 's nn-
eosivcr. 11.1'., malinger, intends to applj lor
permission to purchnse the following descriiicd lunds: Commencing ut a posi planled ii miles soutli and one mile cast irom
bti-Milc poal established on Police trail te-
tween Fort St. John and Fort Graham, B.
C, and about 2 miles south of the Hnllway
river, thence 80 chains east; thence SU
chains south; thence NO chains west; thence
8u chains north to point ol commencement,
containing (540 acres more or less. Post
mnrked (LB. NW corner.     GEORGE BELL.
September 2(1,   1910.	
PEACE  RIVErrLANiriiivT^iNT-~
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice thnt Waller Wood, ol Vancouver, B.C., accountant, intends to npply
Ior permission to purchnse the following ocs-
cribeil binds: Conimencing ut a pGst planted 51 miles south fro.-n 00-Mile post established on the Police trail iietween Fort St.
John nnd Fort Graham, B.C., and 5 miles
soutli Irom the south hank of Halfway riser
theaee Su chains easl; tlicnce 80 chains
north; theuce Sll chains west; ihenee Su
chuins south to point of commencement, con-
taining (.40 acres more or less, l'ost marked W.W. S W corner. WALTER WOOD
'^September _20, 1010.	
PEACE' RIVER LANlf DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnl Ivor Ferguson of Prince
Rupert, B.C., timekeeper, intends li> apply
for permission to purchnse lhe following described lands: Commencing at a post planted 5 miles cast and 2J miles soutii from a
point on nortli bank of Halfway river, about 20 chains south of (in Mile post on
.North West Mounted Police trail, between
Fort St. John und Fort Graham, thence ho
chains easl: thence Nil chains south; thenc.
80 chains svcsl; thence 80 chains north to
point ol commencement, containing 640
acres more or lesa, Post marked I.E. N W
corner. IVOR  FERGUSON.
_ September 21, 1910,
.    I'EACE  RIVER i_\N.)"WvT_UON\
Diatrlct ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thut Georgia Webster, of
Colchester, England, married woman, intenda to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing
at a poat planted :i miles east and Ij
milea north from is point on Halfway river
about 2u chaina soutli ol 60-Mile post established on Police trail Iietween Fort St.
John nnd Fori Graham, B.C., pofit mnrked
G.W. S W corner, thenee So chains north:
tlicnce Su chains east; thence NU chains
south; tlicnce 80 ohnlns west to point ol
commencement, containing 640 acres more
or leas. GEORGIA WEBSTER.
September 2".  l'.iln.
"PEACE   RIVER   I.AN'D^iTmslilNL
DiBtrlct o( Cariboo.
TAKE .notice thai Frederick Edward Dent-
ley, of Vancouver. ll.C, teamster, intends
to upply Ior permission to purohaso the fol-
lowing described lands: Conimencing at a
post planted on north bunk of Hallway
river, Boar junction of Cvpress Creek and
Hallway river, about 60 chains south from
72-Mile post oa Police trail, thence su
chains north: thence su chains svest; thence
about (in chains south to llnlfsvay river:
thence meandering said river down stream,
in :\n enstorly direction to point of commencement, containing 660 acres more or
less.  Post  marked F.E.B.  S E corner.
FREDERICK   EDWARD  BENTLEV.
September 22,  I'.Hu.
PEACE  RIVER -LANlf DIVISR1N7
District   of  Cariboo.
TAKE nolice that William Barrett, ol
Vnncouver. B.C., teamster, Intends to npplv
lor pormisslon lo purchnse the lollowing
described lnnds : Commencing nt a post
planled 2 miles cast and ij miles south
from Oil-Mile post ou Norlh West Mounted
Police trail, helsvceii Fort St. John and
Fort Graham. B.C.. thence NO 'hnlns easl;
Ihcnce about Ou chains south to llullsvny
river: tltenee meandering snid river up
strenm in a westerly slirection lo u point
about 40 chains souih of initial post; thence
40 chuins north to point ol commencement,
oontninlng 4su ncres more or less. Post
mnrked  W.ll.  N W corner.
WILLIAM   BARRETT.
September 20,  1910,
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
Dislrict  ol Cariboo.
TAKE nolice Hint Arthur Linncll ol Vancouver, B.C., checker, Intends to npply (or
permission io purchase the following shs-
crlbed lands: Oommonolng nt a i oal planted li ni'les soulh and one mile cast Irom
the 06-MIlo poai. established on Police trail
between Fort St. John and Fori Oraham.
B.C., and about I miles soiilh from llnlf-
svuy river, thonce SU chains nortli: thence
sn eliuins east: thence Nn chuins south:
thence no chains west to point of commencement, contnining 640 ncres more or leas.
Post mnrked  A.I.. S W corner.
ARTHUR   i.INNELL.
September 20,   l'.iln.	
PEACE  RIVER   LAND   DIVISION.
Dislrict ol Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Gerald Charles Peel ol
Vancouver, ll.C, necoiint.uit. intends to npplv Ior permission to purchase the (ollowlng
descriiicd .uuds : Commencing nt n post
plnnled 21 miles south nnd one mile .est
from iiii-Mllc post established on Police trail
between Fort St. John and Fort Oraham,
B.C., and 2 milen aouth from Hallway liver, thence 80 ehnins aouth; thenee SO elmins
weat: thence 80 chuins norlh: thenco Nil
chains cast to poinl of oommonoement, contnining 640 ncrs'S more or less. Post marked O.C.P.  N E corner.
GERALD ('11 Mil.ES  PEEL.
September 20, I Old.       .	
PEACE RIVER LAN" DIVISION.
Dlslriel o( C'U'iboo.
TAKE notice Hint Arthur William Bruce,
of Vancouver, B.C. .accountant, intends io
npplv for permission to piirchnfO tho lollowing described lands: Commonoing at a post
plnnted on tiie south bank ol Halfway rlvei
nboul one mile In n westerly dlrootlon fi om
junction of Cvpress Creek '"" IIa»W ,n"
ver, thence 40 chnlna south: thonoo 80 chains
west; thence nboul Su chains norlh to Hall-
vvnv river; theuce meandering Mid river,
down stream  In    an ooBtorly di ton   to
_,__._-_       „.      ««...r«..n/.01I..i.l. .'rtlt (.1111 111 IT       IM'      I'H "
Seventy-five Comfortable Rooms
Newly Furnished.
Occidental Hotel
E. L. KEPNER, Proprietor
QUESNEL, B. C.
^ Good Tables. Corralls. Sample Rooms.
fA Banquet Hall.       Theatre Room.
g Rates, $1.50, $2 and $2.50 per day
'4
WIRE FOR ROOMS
point ol eommenccinciii, containing  IJ-
rea  more  or  leaa.     1'oal   marked   A.W.w.
E.  corner.     ARTHUK  WILLIAM  BUrn.
I'EACE  1UV1.K LAND DIVISION.
Districl of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice that Charles Wilmont Vey-
sey of Vancouver. B.C., accountnnt, intends
to npply for permission to purchase the lollosving described lands: Commencing ut a
post piunted i miles north from Junction
ol Cypress Creek nnd Hallway river mid nbout ij milea north of 72 mile post on the
North West Mounted Police trnil botween
Port St. John . nnd Fort Graham, ll.C,
poat mnrked C.W.V. S \V corner, thonco Sn
chnina nortli; thence Ml chains east; thence
Nil chains south; thence 80 chains weat to
point of commencement, contnining 040 ..c-
ree more or leas.
CHARLES WILMONT VEYSEY.
September ii,  1010.	
PEACE RIVER LANP DIVISION.
District oi Curiboo.
TA'KE notice thnt Ch.irleB Hmialip ol Vnncouver, B.C.. accountant, intends to upply
(or permission to purchnse the (ollowing described Innda: Commencing nt a post planted 1} miles north .nnd 2 miles enst (rom a
point on north bnnk of Halfway river, nbout 20 ehnins aouth of OU-Mile post on
Norlh Weat Mounted Police trnil between
fort St. John nnd Fort Graham, B.C.,
thence 80 chaina north; thence sn chains
west; thence 80 ehnins aouth: thence *n
chains enst to point of commencement, eon-
tainiiur Cln ncrea morc or leas. I'ost mnrked
C.H. S E corner.
CHARLES   1IANSLIP.
September Hi, 1910,	
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Charles Willinm Gciger
ol Victoria, B.C., clerk, intends to apply
(or permission to purchase the lollowing descriiicd bnila: Commencing nt n post planted .1 mllea svest from wliere the 20th bnso
line crosses the Bear river, and ono mile
west and ,1 miles north from a post mnrked Frnnk Brgg's north west corner, piunted
on the Grana Prnirie und Police Coupe wngon road and about fi miles nortii west
from north svest end ot Swan or Sucker
Lake; thence 80 chains south: Hence 80
ohalns west: thence 80 ehnins north; thenee
80 ehnins enst to point of commencement,
contnining li 10 acres more or less. Post
mnrked C.W.O.  north  cast corner.
CHARLES WILLIAM OEIGER.
October 7, 1910.	
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnt Joseph Francis MacKinnon, of Vancouver, B.C., snlo.mun, intends to npply for permission to purchase
the following described lands: Commencing
nt a post planted on the south bank of
Hallway river, nbout }-milc south nnd one
mile east from mile post 06, established on
the. Police trnil between Fort St. John nud
Fort Graham, B.C.. thenc on chains soulh;
llience 80 chnina enst: thence 80 chnina
north to Hnlfwny river; llience meandering
Fiiid river up Btroam in a westerly direction to point of eommcuceincnt, containing
BOO acres more or less. Post marked J.F.
M. N W corner.
JOSEPH  FRANCIS MacKiN .ON
September  17,   10 lib	
PEACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKE notice thnt Thomas Foster olV.in-*
couver. B.C., teamster, intends lo apply for
lurmission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post planted 1 mi:e svest from the confluence of CypresB Creek and Halfway riser, post marked T F N E corner: thence 8u chnina west;
thence 80 ehnina aouth; thenee about (HI
chuins enst to Cypress Creek: thence meandering said creek down stream in an easterly direction to n point about .in chains
B0ilth of initial post: (hence nbout 4n
chains nortli lo point of commencement,
containing GOO aores more or less.
THOMAS  FOSTER.
September 22,  IH 111.	
PEACE  RIVER  I.AND  DIVISION.
District of Cnriboo.
TAKF -intice that William Albert 1 etcher,
ol Vancouver, B.C.. accountnnt. Intends to
apply lor permission to purchnse the follosv-
Ing described lnnds: Commencing at a post
Iilanted on the south bnnk of Hallway river nboul one mile west from mi-Mile post
established on Police trnil between Fort St.
John nnd Fort Qraham, B.C., Post mnrked W.A.I,. N E corner, tlicnce PO chains
soulh: thence 80 clinins wost; tlicnce Ho
chaitiB north to Hallway river, thriiro mrnn-
dering said river dosvn stream in nn ensterly direction to point ot cotiimeiiceinciit.
eont-iining 640 ncres more or less.
WILLIAM ALBERT LETCHER.
September. 17, 1810.	
PEACE RIVER LAND DISTRICT.
District of i'enee River.
TAKE notice thnl Robert l.uwler, of Sun
Francisco. Cnl., U.S.A.. horseinnii, Intends
lo npply for permisaion lo purchase the lollowing 'descriiicd lunds: Commencing nt a
posi plnnled 11 miles north from u point
on the Halfway river about :(2 milea dosvn
stronm from the mouth of Cypross Creek,
thence south 80 ehnins; thence enst 80
clinins: theuce nortli 80 chuins; thence west
Sn elinlns to point of commencement, containing 640 ncres  more or less.
ROIIERT   I.AWLER.
Sepl.  20,   1010. jinnies   Peltry,  ngent
PEACH  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION,
Diatrlct ol Cariboo.
'Pulse  nolice Hint   Donald  Crumb  of   Vancouver,  ll.C., student; Intends to apply tor
permission  to purohnse the lollowing    descriiicd lunds:   Oommonolng at n post planted   li   miles  north  ami  2  miles  Wist   from
n  point on  llalisvay  river,  nbout  20 ehnins
aoulli ol mile post 60 on  Norlh Weal. Moun
ted  Police trnil. between  Fort  St.  John nnd
Fort. Graham, B.C.', post marked ll.C. S W
collier,  llience 811 ehnina north:    thence   sn
chains eaat:   thence 80 s'liaina south:   thence
sn chnina w-cst to point ol commoncemont,
containing iil" ncres more or lesa.
DONALD CRAMD.
September  16,  1010.
PEACE  RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Clare Connors, of Vancouver, B.C., warehouseman, intends to apply lor permission to purchnse the following described lnnds: Commencing at a post
planted ii miles south and 2 miles west
from wliere the 20th base line crosses Bear
riser, und it miles south from a post mnrked Frnnk Begg's norlh svest corner, piunted
on Grand Prnirie and I'ouce Coupe wagon
roud, post marked C. (.'. N E corner, thenco
su chains south; thence so ehnins west ;
thence 811 ehnins ncrth; thence 80 chuins
enst to point ol commencement, containing
640 acres morc or leas.
CLARE   CONNORS.
October 8,  l'JIO.
I'EACE   KIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that John Stevenson ol Vancouver. B.C., teamster, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post plnnted on the south bank of Halfway river, about 0 miles north westerly from Junction
of Cypress Creek and llnlfsvay river, thence
80 chains west: thence Su chuuis nortii :
thence nbout 'In ehains enst to llalfsvny river: theuce meandering snid river down
strenm in a south easterly direction to
point of commencement, contnining 4sn acres morc or less. I'ost .marked J.S. SE
corner. JOHN   STEVENSOMi
September 2:1,   1010.
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice thnt Samuel MacDowc)!, of
Vancouver. B.C.. hostler, Intends to .apply
for permission to purchase the following described lnnds: Commencing at a post planted nbout 21 miles south from 06-Mile post
established on Police trail, between Kort St.
John nnd Fort Graham, B.C.. und about 2
miles south of the llalfsvny river; tlicnce
80 chains soutli; tlicnce 8u chains west ;
thence 8u clinins north: tlicnce Sll chains
enst to point of commencement, containing
010 acres more or less, l'osl marked S.M.
N E  corner. SAMUEL   MacDOWELL.
September 20,  1910.
PEACE  ItlVER  LASH  DIVISION..
District of C.si'iboo.
TAKE notice that Stanley Davis ol V'mi-
couver, B.C.. teamster intends to apply for
Iiermission to purchnse the following described lnnds: Commencing at a post planted on nortli bank of Hallway riser about
}-milo west .and 50 feet south from 6i>-Mi!c
post, established on Police trail between
Fort St. John nnd Fort Graham. B.C..
thence 80 chaina north: thence 8u chains
cast: thence nbout 80 chains soutli to Hallway River, thence meandering said river up
stream in a westerly direction to point of
commencement, containing li-lu ucres moro
or less. Post marked S |) S W corner.
STANLEY  DAVIS.
September  19,   1010,
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notiee thnt John Philip MucLnrrn.
of Vnncouver. B.C., real estate agent, intends to apply for permission to purchase
the lollowing described lands: Commencing
ut n post planled :! miles nortii (rom junction of Cypresa Creek nnd Hallway Riser,
und north ol 72-Mllo post on Police tr.ail,
betwoen Fort St. Johu and Port Graham.
B.C., post markod J.P.M. S W corner,
thence 8" chains nortli; thence 80 ehnins
cast; thence 8n clinins svest to point of
commencement, containing bin acres moru
or less. JOHN   PHILIP  MaeLAREN.
September 22,   1910,
I'EACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Jamos McLeod ot Vancouver. B.C., foroman, intends to apply for
permission to purchase tiie lollosving described lands: Commencing nt a post pl.snt-
cd 13 miles north and 2 miles west Irom
u point on Halfway riser, about 20 chains
south of Mile post iiu on Nortii West Mounted Polico trail, between Fort St, John mid
Fort Graham, B.C., theuce su chains north:
thence 8" chuins west; thence 80 chains
soulh: thence su chains cast to point ol
commencement, containing (iiu ncres more
nr less,   l'ost marked  J.M. SE corner.
JAMES McLEOl).
September 1(1.  1010.
PEACE  RIVER  LAND  DIVISION.
District of Curiboo.
TAKE notice thnt Samuel George. Sptnce,
of Vancouver, B.C., manager, fnlends to apply lor permission to purclinsc the lollosving descriiicd lands! Coiiinieiiclng at a post
planted 2 miles north nnd one mile weBt
from n point on Hnlfwny river nt .--Mile
post on North West Mounted Police trail,
between Fort St. John nnd Fort Gr.ahniu.
B.C., thence 80 clmins north; theuce 80
chains weat; thence so chuins south: thence
8ii ohnlns east to point ot commencement,
contnining 640 ncres more or less. Post
mnrked S (I E   S E corner.
SAMUEL GEORGE SI'ENCE.
September  111,   1910,
PEACE RIVER LAND DIVISION.
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Alice Bnrrelt of Lorn
don. England, spinster, intends to npply (or
pormisslon to purohaso the (ollowing described lands: Commonoing at a post planted 0 miles eust (rom It point on li.ilfsvny
river about 20 elmins soulh of 110 Mile post
established on Police trail between Port St.
John a"d Fort Graham, B.C., post mnrked
JUL S E corner, thonoo Sn chains north;
(hence 80 ohnlns west: thenco sn clmins
south:   thonce     Sll   rlnins   easl    lo   point    of
commenoomont,  containing 040 ucres   mora
or l"s.'. \I,|i'i;  BARRETT.
September 20, 1 nm.
First Insertion above notices Nov. 11),
: FORT GEORGE HERALD
December 17, 1910
CITY AND DISTRICT
_»
Wednesday the glass registered tor-
ty above, and on Thursday we had a
rain storm.    Just lancy, Dec.  16.
Constable (losby is out of town,
having none to Stoney creek on de-
partamental business.
Hamilton & Co. have one hundred
turkeys on the road from Vancouver.
The festive season is swinging
.round, and two dances are on the
tapis one by the Conservative association and the other by the public-
spirited citizens, Messrs. P. Landry
and W. Forrest Cooke. The former
date has been set for the 19th, and
the latter will come on Friday, December 30th, New Year's eve. Don't
mnke any other engagements. Dog
teams can be reserved at the box office of the McGaghran-Tlioi-ne block.
Services will be held next Sunday
at 7 p. m., in the school house. The
subject chosen by the Rev. C. M.
Wright is: "Some facts on the Liquor Question." There should be a
good attendance.
H. C. Seaman visited Central or
Furt George Sunday evening. He reports the Hammond sepulchre lit
with the one remaining candle and
an exodus of one-third its population
—two—to Stuart Lake, on a hunting
trip I?).
Contractor Loyal has completed
the erection of two of the Bnest
buildings, not only in South Fort
George, but in the whole of Cariboo.
The buildings are the mammoth
store of A. G. Hamilton & Co., at
the corner of Second and Laselle, and
the stable is for the mail contractor
of the same name, a short distance
from the store on Second. The stable has accommodation for eighteen
horses, with floor space above of 40
by CO feet. The buildings are a credit to any community.
A small blaze occurred in the kitchen of the Fort George Timber and
Navigation company's office on Tuesday afternoon. Fortunately the lire
was detected in its initial stage
and put out before any damage was
done. The Traders Bank and the offices of the company are located in
this block.
Hay at Quesnel last week sold for
$85 a ton, and henceforth it will be
J100. Two teams of the Fort George
Timber & Transportation company
arrived from the latter place Wednesday with two tons, having secured that amount from Mrs. 8tableau's ranch, four miles this side
of the brewing centre..
Messrs. Brown & Close have received a new Victor phonograph and
last week had open house in honor of
the event. After the ball the evening
took on the garb of a political meet-
img, and the slump in Republican
stock afforded a theme for spirited
discussion. Mr. Sutton led in the affirmative, while the remainder of the
company opposed.
The "Chilco," on her attempted
last trip had thirty-seven thousand
pounds of freight for Wm. Blair and
Co., South Fort George. The freight
is being taken back to Quesnel, from
the boat, by canoe, and will be
brought to their headquarters here
by sleigh over the Blackwater road.
Another C. r. R. transcontinental
train to Vancouver with Toronto as
the eastern terminus, is what Sir T.
Shaughnessy stated in Toronto the
other day.
Among tbe arrivals this week were
two gentlemen from Seattle, Wash.,
who are looking the country over
with an eye to investment. They
came in with furs, and on Thursday
at half-past eleven, in front of the
Herald office, were calling for their
raincoats. Messrs. B. G. Steiner and
George Fletcher are pleased with
what they have seen, and prophesy a
big future for the district, and the
best spot in the west for a young
man to come to and grow up with.
Central or Fort George they consider too distant from what will be the
business part of Fort George, when
the railway put their property on the
market. South Fort George and the
mighty waterway — the Fraser—appeals to both gentlemen. They will
be here about ten days.
The mail—weekly—camo in Monday
night at fifteen to six. Went over to
the Cheechnco prnveyard and turned
around and came back at nine—not
a whit lighter. The horses of the
N. R. C. need a little exercise.
II. Clarke, local manager of the
Fort George T. & T. Co., left for
coast on Monday's stage. He will
be back the first of February.
A quadrille club is engrossing the
serious attention of several youn'r
people, and next week will see their
work crystallized  in a dancing club.
An Island for Sale +!5*£
Site for a Mill
have for sale an island four miles above the point of the
i.c.haco, hugging its south bank, and containing 51 acres. This
island has a large eddv at its foot, which makes it an ideal mill
site for logging on the Nechaco and Stuart River.   The location
Nechac
is within an hour's haul of Fort George and witni
from the located line of the G.T.P.
a lew j
W.F.COOKE
2nd Street South Fort George
Land Located for Purchase or Fre-emplion
Exclusive agent South Fort George Townsite
THE BANK OF VANCOUVER
Bead Office!
VANCOUVER. B. C.
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED . . 92.000.00U
DIRECTORS:
R. 1'. Mi'l.KN'N'AN'. Esq., President: McLennan, Mo.'oisly & Co., Wholesale
Hardware.  Vanoouver,  H.C.
M. It. CARLIN, _Sst|., Vlce.-l'resident,
Capitalist, Vlsitorla, B.C.
HIS HONOR T- ••■ I'ATKRSON, Llcu-
t.iiiitil-dosi'itiiir  Hrtish Cilnmbin.
1,. W. S11ATK0HI). Esq., M.L.A.. Merchant. Hedloy, B.C.
W, II. MAI.KIN', Esq., The W. H. Malkin   Co..     Ltd.,     Wholesale   Orocers,
Vancouver, B.C.
II.  J. JENKINS, Esq.,  President ILL
Jenkins Lumber Co., Seattle,  ,v,.lsi,,
President Vanoouver Timber & Trad!
Ing Co.. Ltd., Vancouver, ll.C.
J.   A.   MITCHELL.
Victoria, 11. C.
E.   II.  HEAPS,   Esq.,   K.   II.
Co.,   Lumber  nnd  Timber;
Columbia   Trust  Co..  Ltd.,
ver, B. 0
J.  A.   HARVEY,   Esq.,   K.C.
Esq.,   Capltalii
Heaps &
I'reslslent
.uncoil-
ol
Cranbrook.  B.C.
A.  L.  DEWAR.
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED
Fort George Branch; F. N. DEWAR, Manager.
.  formerly
Vancouver,   B.C.
General Manager,
tance to Ashcroft.
Henry Moffat took out the scow
ferry this week and is nt work on the
casre ferry which will he in operation
in a few dnys now. At present ferryman August Baker is ferrying hy
canoe. The toll exacted hy canoe is
25 cents, an extra charge is made to
people with means.
An unusual large mail came in this
week, tilling two stages. A special
express came in yesterday.
St. Hallerondo has returned
To the scenes of the dismal roost,
Full of wind of the N. I.. C.
With a sprinkling of outside boost.
Hallerondo of   old   was a good   old
soul,
A   monk  of  the  persuasive  order;
A  diplomat bold,    so   the    story is
told,
Who could pull a   cork when sober.
If you want the cheapest
an'I best
Vapor
Gas Lamp
$5 to $50
100 to 2000 candle power
-THE
CLUB POOL ROOM
THIRD AND   HAMILTON  STS.
A Fresh Shipment
of Oranges, Apples
and Lemons to hand
Four pool tables
Splendid environments
BURCH & LUKE, Proprietors
I
For your business or home
Communicate with
R.R. Carver
Quesnel, B.C.
[ 1836 I      Assets Exceed Fifty Million Dollars      j  1910 ]
Tbe Bank of British North America
Your money is safer in the Bank than in your house or in your
pocket. It is not tied up. You can get it out at any time without delay. NOTES discounted. Local and Foreign Drafts bought
and sold. COLLECTIONS made promptly.   Money Orders issued.
Fort George Branch,      L. G. MacHaffie, Mgr.
JOHN BRONGER
Builder and Contractor
Plans and Blue Prints
Furnished.
Estimates Submitted.
Cor. Thapage and Second
SOUTH PORT GEORGE, B. C.
THE TRADERS' BANK OF CANADA
Head Office:        - TORONTO, ONT.
When you hand the store-keeper a cheque for his account
there is no need to bother about the receipt. The bank keeps
that for you, and it doesn't matter whether you want it next
week or a year hence, the record of the payment is always
there.
We will be glad to explain how to use a checking account.
Capital and Surplus
$•,860,000
H. C. SEAMAN, Manager.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, R. C.
gore & McGregor,
APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL g, [, ^ND SURVEYORS
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of December, application will
be made to the Superintendent of Provincial Police for renewal of hotel license
to sell liquor bv retail in the hotel
known as the Hotel Northern, situate
at South Fort George, in the province
of British Columbia.
ALBERT JOHNSON.
South Fort George. B.C. Nov. 29.
PEACE  RIVER LAND DIVISION'.
District ol Cariboo.
Take notice that Richard Charles
Edwards Miller, of Vancouver, B. C.
occupation salesman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the
following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted two
miles miles north from a point on
miles north from a point on Halfway River, at 66 mile post, on N.W.
Mounted Police trail between Fort
St. John and Fort Graham, B. C,
thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chainB cast, thence 80 chains south,
thence 80 chains west to point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less. Post marked R.
C. B. M.'s S. W. corner.
RICHARD CHARLES  EDWARDS
MILLER.
September 19, 1910.
Will have a parly in the field during the whole of coming winter.
Victoria and
Fort George, B. C.
P. G. B. BODEKER
Land and Timber Cruiser
Pre-emptions Located.
SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
Estimates Submitted.
FORT GEORGE LAND DISTRICT
District ol Cariboo.
TAKE notice that Cora Dodd of South
Fort George, occupation a married
woman, intends to apply for permission lo purchase the following described lands:
Conimencing at a post planted at. the
S.W. corner of Lot 1576, thence west
40 chains, thence north 40 chains, thence
enst, 40 chains, thence south 40 chains
to point of commencement.
Cora Dodd.
Oct. 11, 1910. nov5-dec25
< HEADQUARTERS >
FOB
FORT GEORGE LANDS
I '        TOW   CAM   ITIU  BUT   ———————I
I Good Land at Reasonable Prices |
■"""" and On Vary Reasonable Ternu. Title Perfect. """"'
WHITE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
North Coast Land Co. Ltd.
General Offices;   410,411, 412 Winch Bldg., Vancouver, B. C.
London Office:   6 Old Jewry.
PAID-UP CAPITAL,
•750,000.
PEACE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
Districl ol Cnriboo.
TAKE nolici: that Lillian Hull ol Vancouver, H.C, spinster, iniends lo apply lor
permission to purciuise the following described lunds: Commencing ui a post plumed on lhe soulh hunk ol Hnlfwny river, 1
miles westerly from Junction of Cypross
Creek und Ilulfway river, thenee HO chains
west; thence Ho chuins north; theuce about
4" clinins oast to Halfway river; thenee
meandering said river, down stream in a
south easterly direction to poinl of commencement, containing 'IHU acres more or
less.    I'ost marked  L.ll.  K K corner.
LILLIAN   HALL.
September 2:1,  1910.
FORT  GEORGF4  LAND   DISTRICT
District ol Cnriboo.
Take notice that Victor Williams,
of Victoria, II. C, occupation clerk,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post iilanted about
seven miles east and one mile north
of the north-east corner of lot: 1024,
Cariboo district,, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains to point
of commencement, cont ainintr640 acres
more or less. VICTOR WILLIAMS.
A. U. Fraser, agent
Nov. 17, 1910. dec-10-f b4
Ql-OHi.i.L, ITKMS.
(Observer of the 12th.)
Mei. Moffat lias given up his position with the Relil Estate, anil Iibh
taken charge of the Moffat Hand).
Rodille Moffat has come to town and
will  remain  here indefinitely.
Henry Porter and W. H. Meikle
leave for the coast tomorrow to be
out fur the winter months.
The south bound stn^e will ■■■> nut
for the first time this sea:.on hy
>:le.ii;h on Sunday mornlnc. Tne
storm the past week has covered Uic
ground to a depth and the road will
be  Iil  tor sleighing the entire    din
PEAOE RIVER LAND  DIVISION.
District of Cariboo.
'I'AKK notiee thut Dnvid Burton of Vancouver, ll.C. clerk, intends to apply for
Iiermission 10 purchase the following described lauds: CowmnucltiL; at a post illumed ou south bnnk of Halfway river, about
;'. miles westerly from Junction of Cypress
Creek ami Halfway river, thenee in ehnina
south ihenee HU chains west: thenee 80
chains north: thonce about Iiu chains easl to
Hallway river: llience mennderlng said river
down Btream iu nn easterly direction to a
point of commencement, containing Ihu acres more or less. I'ost marked II.II. N E
corner. DAVID   BURTON.
September _H, 1910.
I'EACE RIVER  LAND  DIVISION,
District of Cariboo.
TAKK notice thai Adam Russell ol Vancouver, B.C., superintendent, intends to apply lor permission to purchase tlle following described lands: Commencing ut a post
planted I mile nortli nnd _ miles west from
a point on Halfway river al IIO-Mllc posi
on North West Mounted Police trail, between Fort St. John and Fort llrnham. II.
C, tlicnce Hu chains nortli; thenco 811 civil lis
west; thence Ho ehnins south; thenco Hu
chains eust to poinl of commencement, uon-
tnlidng nin acres more or less, l'ost marked
A.It.  S W cornor. ADAM   RUSSELL.
Soptemher 11), I',110.
Kirat Insertion ub.ve notices Nuv. Ill,
PORT GEOROE LAND DISTRICT,
District ol Cariboo.
Take notice that Lancelot Ashby, of
Duncans, B.C., occupation rancher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
seven miles east and one mile north of
lhe northeast corner of lot 1024,' Cariboo district, thence running north 80
chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
south HO chains, thence west 80 chains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres of land more or less.
Nov. 17, 1910.     LANCELOT ASHBY,
declO-1'lil A. B. Fraser, agent.
F11IIT  OEORtlH  1    DISTRICT
Dislrict of Cariboo,
Take nolice that George Hughes, of
Victoria, I!. C , occupation cook, intends lo apply for permission to purcliase Ihe following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboul
seven miles east of the northeast corner of lot 1024, Cariboo district, thence
south 80 eliuins, llience east, 80 chains;
thence norlh 811 eliains, thence west 80
chains lo point of commencement, containing B40 acres oi' land more or less.
Nov. 17, l'.iln.      GEORGE HUGHES,
declii-f 1.4. A. H. Fraser, agent
PONT   BUY   ON   PAPER
We don't ask you to purchase South Fort George lots by
making a pencil mark on a townsite plan—You would
be safe in so doing, but if skeptical
Tl
COME TO
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SOUTH FORT GEORGE
Investigate Our Proposition   <==
and you will find a good live town— Two banks, saw mill,
pool hall, newspaper, two general stores, splendid
hotel, bakery, stationery store, mail-boat
landing, scores of buildings,
and crowds  of satisfied   buyers
WRITE FOR INFORMATION TO
NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT CO.
172 Hastings St., VANCOUVER, B. C.
Second St., SOUTH FORT GEORGE, B. C.
KORT (IKORIIK LAND  DISTRICT.
Dislrict ol Cariboo.
Take nolice thai Joseph Brook- I'entry of Vic-
tin in, occupation engineer, iniends to upply for
permission to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing St 0 post planted al theS.K. corner
of Lot 2086. tlicnce east io ehnins more or less to
I hi' west boundary of lot 2161; thonce north 80
chains, thenee west -III chains more or less, thence
south Sll chaiiiH to point of commencement and
containing :l_0 acres more or less.
Oct, 111. mill. Joseph Braika I'cnty.
N-vJ.-Junl. W, il. Meikle, _«_lit.
PORT ni-OROI. LAND DISTRICT.
District ol Cariboo.
Take notico thut Samuel John Booth, of Viclori".
occupation laborer, Intenda to apply for perm »■
sion to purchase tne following described lands-
Commencing at a poHt planted ut the southca"1
corner of lot 20.17, thence eaat 60 chaina more 01
less, thence north HO ehnins to the aouth boundary
of lot 2161, tlicnce weat IK) chnina more orWj
thence south HO chaina to point of commencement
aud containing 1MI acres moro or less.
Oct, 21, 11)16. Samuel John Booth.
NvlD-Juult W. II. Meikle, agenl.

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